Embracing Chaos for a Resilient Solution

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You crafted a never-before engineering marvel! Being brave as you are - you got it tested too. You automated its deployment too. Its a piece of art you claimed in Production deployment submission. Few days out, in Production, it falls over! Not your code, but because of some other service. Avoid that question mark. Embrace Chaos! Come, and join me in seeing how Azure Chaos Studio helps you build better, resilient solutions.


Vikas Rajput

Tinkler at heart. Engineer @ Microsoft.

Tinkler at heart. Engineer, Architect, Speaker. Part of Digital Natives @Microsoft - cross-solution, Azure, OSS and Partner based remit.

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