Agile, DevOps, Testing and Low Code have shared environments that facilitate working together. Spurred by greater demand for excellence, these methods are adopting new tools and processes. The main features of this conference are:
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We are inviting speakers – thought leaders, subject experts and start-up entrepreneurs – to share their knowledge and enthusiasm about their work and vision in these three fields. Please let us know too if you would like to participate in the panel sessions only.
We are also planning short “how to do” sessions or full-day workshops to run as pre or post conference events. Let us know if you have a related topic that you want to run as a workshop or an extended briefing.
Please complete the speaker’s response form submit a proposal to present at this event.
Nitin Parikh, Associate Director, Accenture
DevOps Chaos Engineering is a powerful tool that helps organizations to identify and fix potential issues before they become major problems. As part of it we intentionally introduce controlled chaos into a system in order to test its resilience and identify potential weaknesses; simulating various types of failures and disruptions, such as network outages or server crashes, in a safe and controlled environment.
This helps organizations gain a better understanding of how their systems behave under stress and make necessary improvements to prevent downtime or data loss in a real-world scenario. This approach helps organizations to improve their overall reliability, availability, and scalability.
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