Adopting Chaos Engineering in API Management Platform


Duration: 25 mins
Ankhuri Dubey
Vice President, Goldman Sachs

As we migrate towards distributed applications, continuous assertion on application resilience becomes increasingly important, especially with continuous deployment and shorter development sprints. In this talk with Ankhuri Dubey from the CI-CD team in Goldman Sachs, we go over the adoption of Chaos Engineering for distributed applications, with a case study on an application with distributed architecture and a wide client base. We go over why chaos testing is relevant even for applications with plentiful unit and integration test coverage and how Chaos Engineering is being integrated into CI-CD flows.

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