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About this Episode
One testing technique I heard quite a bit about over the past year is Chaos Engineering. One of my most popular podcast episodes this year was my interview Tammy Butow, a principal site reliability engineer at Gremlin. She shared how to make your site more reliable by using chaos engineering to discover hard-to-find breakpoints in your software. In this episode, I’ll share my previously-published interview with Tammy to help you prepare to make your websites more performant and reliable in 2020. Listen up!
About Tammy Bütow
Tammy Butow is a principal SRE at Gremlin, where she works on chaos engineering—the facilitation of controlled experiments to identify systemic weaknesses. She is also part of the Executive Team at Gremlin. Gremlin helps engineers build resilient systems using their control plane and API. Previously, Tammy led SRE teams at Dropbox responsible for the databases and storage systems used by over 500 million customers and was an IMOC (incident manager on call), where she was responsible for managing and resolving high-severity incidents across the company. She has also worked in infrastructure engineering, security engineering, and product engineering. Tammy is the co-founder of Girl Geek Academy, a global movement to teach one million women technical skills by 2025.
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