Chaos Engineering, a podcast interview with Casey Rosenthal
Mar 18, 2019 8:03:16 AM By Mark Miller
"Chaos engineering is an empirical practice of setting up experiments to figure out where your system is vulnerable so that you can know that ahead of time and proactively fix some of these vulnerabilities in your system." -- Casey Rosenthal
In this DevSecOps Days podcast, I speak with Casey Rosenthal about the beginnings of Chaos Engineering at Netflix and how the concept has morphed into a cross-industry community, sharing ideas through local chaos conferences.
About Casey Rosenthal
As an Executive Manager, Author, Senior Architect, and Software Engineer I manage teams to tackle Big Data, architect solutions to difficult problems, and train others to do the same. I seek opportunities to leverage my experience with distributed systems, artificial intelligence, translating novel algorithms and academia into working models, and selling a vision of the possible to clients and colleagues alike. My superpower is transforming misaligned teams into high performance teams, and my personal mission is to help people see that something different, something better, is possible. For fun, I model human behavior using personality profiles in Ruby, Erlang, Elixir, and Prolog.
You may have seen me speak at: AWS re:Invent 2017, QConSF16 (#1 Top Rated Talk), StarWest16 (Keynote), AgileDayTwinCities16 (Keynote), GoToChicago16, PNSQC15 (Keynote), Midwest.io15, CodeConf15, Ricon15, RubyConf13, RailsConf13, GoRuCo11 and many more...
I co-wrote the book on Chaos Engineering, now available for free online: http://www.oreilly.com/webops-perf/free/chaos-engineering.csp