Chaos Engineering Meetup - July 2022

"Chaos Engineering hands-on -> the practical experience of an SRE ideating Chaos Experiment and use LitmusChaos" This session will enable you to understand the journey to a successful GameDay and ideate and execute Chaos Experiments with LitmusChaos at Accenture. The speakers share their experiences and will run a Live Demo.

About this event

After a successful Chaos Engineering Meetup for the month of June, we are back for the Chaos Engineering Meetup for July 2022 aiming to be bigger & better with each edition with the amazing community covering topics related to resiliency, reliability & observability essential to redefine the Chaos Engineering ecosystem!

We are excited to announce the meet-up for July 2022 where we have community members from the Accenture team join us to discuss Chaos Engineering and End-to-End reliability with LitmusChaos.

Inviting SREs, DevOps engineers, developers & platform engineers from all around the world on the 28th of July, 6:30 PM IST/ 3 PM CEST/ 2 PM BST

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Agenda:


"Chaos Engineering hands-on -> the practical experience of an SRE ideating Chaos Experiment and use LitmusChaos"


Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting with a complex system to build confidence in the system's capability to withstand turbulent conditions in production. DevOps, SRE, and Chaos Engineering teams will collaborate to ideate, create and run Chaos Experiments to achieve production resiliency. We will share our journey to create Chaos Experiments, run them, and share the success story among the organization. An essential milestone for the Teams to measure the successful activation of the CE capability is to plan, run and review a Game Day.

This session will enable you to understand the journey to a successful GameDay and ideate and execute Chaos Experiments. We share our experience, and we will run a Live Demo.

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Speaker Details:


1. Francesco Sbaraglia (Accenture - Senior Manager - Site Reliability Engineering & AIOps/Observability Tech Lead EMEA)

Francesco is a Site Reliability Engineering and Chaos Engineering Coach. He has over 20 years of experience solving production problems in corporate, startups, and governments. Furthermore, he has deep experience in SRE, DevSecOps, automation, security, observability, and chaos engineering. He is currently growing the SRE Capability at Accenture. Speaker at SRECon21 & DevOpsCon21.


2. Alexander Leo (Accenture – Senior Site Reliability Engineer & Chaos Engineering Expert)

Alexander is a Senior Site Reliability Engineer, Chaos Engineering Expert & Tech Team Lead. He has around 20 years of experience in solving IT Operational problems in the Automotive Industry and building/leading DevOps and SRE teams. Furthermore, he has deep experience in SRE, DevSecOps, DevOps, automation, security, observability and chaos engineering. He is currently growing the SRE & Chaos Engineering Capability at Accenture.


3. Jan Sagurna (Accenture – Senior Site Reliability Engineering & Chaos Engineering Expert)

Jan is a Site Reliability Engineer and Chaos Engineer certified. He has over 3+ years of experience solving production problems in corporate, production industry and startups. Furthermore, he has deep experience in SRE, DevOps, automation, security, observability, resiliency, chaos engineering enablement and delivery.


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This session will enable you to understand the relevance of building the proper Foundation for SRE and Chaos Engineering while working full remotely. We will share our experience and journey exclusively with our clients.

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Are you interested in Chaos Engineering? Do you long for resilient systems?

Then what are you waiting for? RSVP now and do join this meet-up!

Join using the link: https://harness-io.zoom.us/j/93016901812?pwd=VjV3Z3pQaXNVczBnamtZcTVDTm44QT09



Don't forget to check out the LitmusChaos repo here: https://github.com/litmuschaos/litmus


Feel free to ask questions, and join our community for more insights!

To join our slack community please follow the following steps!

Step 1: Join the Kubernetes slack using the following link: https://slack.k8s.io/

Step 2: Join the #litmus channel on the Kubernetes slack or use this link after joining the Kubernetes slack: https://slack.litmuschaos.io/


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