In our special series of Let’s Talk for SLOconf, Julie Gunderson, a DevOps Advocate at PagerDuty, sat down with me for a very informative, engaging and entertaining discussion around ‘Chaos Engineering Culture’. Depending on the nature of their business, organizations should embrace Chaos Engineering Culture but they have to do it right to make it effective. In this interview, Gunderson talks about the role of Chaos Engineering in the modern cloud-native world and she also shared how to do it correctly.
[su_note note_color=”#000″ text_color=”#fff”]Julie Gunderson is a DevOps Advocate at PagerDuty, where she works to further the adoption of DevOps best practices and methodologies. She has been actively involved in the DevOps space for many years and is passionate about helping individuals, teams and organizations understand how to leverage DevOps and develop amazing cultures. Julie has delivered talks at multiple conferences and is also a founding member and co-organizer of DevOpsDays Boise. [/su_note]
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