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Thursday, October 8 • 11:15am - 12:00pm
Chaos Patterns - Architecting For Failure in Distributed Systems – Bruce Wong

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As we architect our systems for greater demands, scale, uptime, and performance, the hardest thing to control becomes the environment in which we deploy our infrastructure and the subtle but crucial interactions between complicated systems. Chaos Patterns help us establish and implement a virtuous cycle that let’s us both prove AND improve our system along each of these dimensions. This is the story of the pitfalls we encountered, and how, through architecture, convention and common sense, we managed to build an infrastructure that is "Always Up" from the end user perspective and economical to build, scale & operate; using chaos testing, we learn more about how our system fails from a 10 second controlled failure than a multi-hour uncontrolled outage.

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Bruce Wong

Senior Manager, Formerly Netflix
Bruce Wong is a technology leader who formerly resided at Netflix where he founded Chaos Engineering to stress and proactively introduce failure into production to validate resilience design. He is passionate about tackling challenging problems, building high impact engineering teams, and building compelling products.


Thursday October 8, 2015 11:15am - 12:00pm
Track 1 Exhibit Hall B

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