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    Why You Need Chaos Engineering Now More Than Ever

    About a year ago, brick and mortars like restaurants and grocery stores were scrambling to set up delivery and curbside pickup. A lot of them used chaos engineering, in production, to hunt for failure...

    Fire Drills: a Guide to Preparing for Your Next Incident

    Supporting Cloud Native applications is no easy task. Through offering Customer Reliability Engineering (CRE) support—essentially, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) as a service—for multiple customer...

    WTF Is Continuous Improvement?

    When you’re offered a Covid-19 vaccine this year, which sort would you like? One that’s been through animal and human trials, received government approval, is made on a standardised production line, a...

    Isn't SRE Just DevOps?

    The truly Cloud Native way to work in teams, according to the Maturity Matrix, means SRE and DevOps. But what does that mean? You might be wondering, Isn’t SRE basically just DevOps?

    Comparing Chaos Engineering Tools for Kubernetes Workloads

    For most people the word ‘chaos’ means complete disorder and confusion. So what does it mean to engineer chaos? The distributed systems we build are becoming more and more complex, thus their state ca...

    What Is CRE, and What Does It Have to Do With SRE?

    Site Reliability Engineering, or SRE, an engineering practice formalised and named by Google, has helped many organisations maintain their platforms and ensure application performance and reliability,...

    What SRE Is—and How It Helps You Keep Innovating

    This is the start of a three-part blog series on Site Reliability Engineering. To learn more, request a free copy of the e-book on SRE from which this was excerpted. Almost all enterprises nowadays lo...

    Istio and Kubernetes: Reducing Risk Through Chaos Engineering

    When designing your microservice architecture in a Cloud Native system, setting up the Istio service mesh on your Kubernetes cluster(s) can give you more control and observability over network traffic...