Bring Chaos into your Development Environment


About the speaker

Ramiro Berrelleza

Ramiro Berrelleza

Founder & CEO,


Ramiro Berrelleza is one of the founders of Okteto. He has spent most of his career (and his free time) building cloud services and developer tools. Before starting Okteto, Ramiro was an Architect at Atlassian and a Software Engineer at Microsoft Azure. Originally from Mexico, he currently lives in San Francisco.

About the talk

Chaos Engineering is a must if you're building Cloud Native applications. If you unit test your code, you should chaos test it. Join us to learn how open-source tools like LitmusChaos, Okteto, and Kubernetes help make Chaos Engineering a core part of your entire team's development environment.

When most organizations think of Chaos Engineering, they visualize it as a stage that happens at the end of the software development cycle. You build, you test, While this is a good way to start, is far from optimal.

Chaos Engineering, just like security or observability, is a tool that developers can leverage even before they write a line of code. In this talk, Ramiro will talk about how you can use open-source tools like Litmus Chaos, Okteto, and Kubernetes to bring Chaos Engineering into your entire's team development environment on day 1, instead of as a last-minute afterthought.

Chaos Engineering is fun!
Chaos Engineering is fun!
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