Quante volte vi è capitato di rilasciare un'applicazione in produzione su Kubernetes e avete riscontrato problemi di difficile individuazione? E quante notti in bianco vi sono servite per risolverli? In genere il motivo per cui si verifica un problema non è sempre uno solo e anche se nel sistema tutti i servizi sono completamente funzionanti, potrebbero sempre esserci dei comportamenti inaspettati. E se ci fosse un modo per prevedere queste situazioni prima di arrecare danni ai vostri clienti? In questa sessione vediamo come testare la resilienza delle nostre applicazioni usando i principi di Chaos Engineering e Azure Chaos Studio.
Antonio Liccardi is a book author and trainer working as Chief Technology Officer at Blexin. Thanks to his love for sharing, he co-founded “DotNetCampania” (an Italian .NET community), with which he helps others to improve their knowledge about .NET Ecosystem and more in general about coding. Antonio is a frequent speaker at conferences, and Microsoft has awarded him as MVP for Visual Studio Developer Technologies since 2015. You can find him on Twitter as @turibbio.
Appassionato di Tecnologia da sempre, Senior Developer .Net da oltre un decennio.
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