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Using Chaos to Build Resilient Systems
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| by Tammy Butow Follow 1 Followers on Jul 25, 2018 |
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Summary
Tammy Butow explains how to build resilient systems by focusing on the detection, mitigation, resolution and prevention of incidents. She shares her experiences using chaos engineering to build resilient systems... even when they can’t be built from scratch.

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Bio

Tammy Butow is a Principal SRE at Gremlin where she works on Chaos Engineering, the facilitation of controlled experiments to identify systemic weaknesses. Gremlin helps engineers build resilient systems using their control plane and API. She previously led SRE teams at Dropbox responsible for Databases and Storage systems used by over 500 million customers.

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