How to practice Chaos Engineering with Michael Sage

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About this Episode:

How is Chaos Engineering different and like performance testing? In this episode, Michael Sage, a solutions architect, and chaos engineer at Gremlin, shares real-world examples of applying Chaos engineering to the banking industry. Discover practices like Chaos experiments, the five steps of the Scientific Method for Chaos Engineering, black holes, and Resiliency testing. Listen up!

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About Michael Sage

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Michael Sage is a solutions architect and chaos engineer at Gremlin. He has over 20 years of experience helping teams and organizations improve the quality and performance of their applications, specializing in functional testing, load testing, application performance management, and modern observability. Prior to joining Gremlin, Michael worked with industry-leading companies like Mercury Interactive, Hewlett-Packard, and New Relic, as well as groundbreaking startups like BlazeMeter and Sauce Labs. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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