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Breaking Serverless Things on Purpose: Chaos Engineering in Stateless Environments



Emrah Şamdan discusses the challenges of building a highly resilient serverless app, designing for unpredictable problems, and planning for chaos experiments, using various observability solutions.


Emrah Şamdan is the VP of Products at Thundra, a tool to provide observability and security for serverless and containerized workloads. Being one of the organizers of ServerlessDays Istanbul and ServerlessDays Virtual, speaking in many conferences about serverless, he’s a lot into the serverless community.

About the conference

Chaos Conf is a single-track conference for the Chaos Engineering community to come together, hear talks from Chaos practitioners, share their learnings, and take chaos engineering back to their organizations.

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Nov 20, 2020

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  • Serverless != Stateless

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    Serverless != Stateless

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