A monthly podcast about Chaos Engineering, presented by Gremlin, Inc. Find us on Twitter at @BTOPpod.
They say the two hardest things in tech are naming things and cache invalidation. Brian Holt (Principal Program Manager at Microsoft) joins BTOP to share a caching incident at Reddit and a frontend engineering perspective on Chaos Engineering.
In this episode of Build Things On Purpose, we speak with Armon Dadgar, CTO and co-founder of Hashicorp about building reliable systems and how their new tools Boundary and Waypoint help you accomplish that.
Is it better to build a system that fails all the time, but recovers gracefully, or one that rarely fails, but when it does, it's catastrophic? Jérôme Petazzoni (tinkerer extraordinaire and container technology educator) joins the pod to share an incident from the very early days of Docker (dotCloud) and how to apply the lessons learned when building with tools like Kubernetes.
J Paul Reed
What is an Applied Resilience Engineer? How do you replicate the benefits of spontaneous in-office information sharing in a remote world? J Paul Reed joins the show to share what he does at Netflix and how the company has adapted to become even more reliable.
This episode of Build Things On Purpose we speak with Veronica Lopez. Veronica is a Senior Software Engineer at Digital Ocean
This episode of Build Things On Purpose we speak with Steve Francia. Steve is a Product and Strategy Lead at Google.