If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we have to be prepared for whatever this chaotic world might throw our way. Failure is inevitable. Reliability at scale does not mean eliminating failure and operating at scale is hard, especially when it comes to complex and distributed systems. That’s why we have to be proactive about responding to failure, to continue giving our customers a great user experience when they need it most. Despite its name, chaos engineering isn’t a chaotic practice. Chaos engineering helps us think about and prepare for the worst-case scenarios our applications, systems, people, and infrastructure might face. Come learn how you can get ahead of failure with Chaos Engineering this year!