In June we focused our Test in Production Meetup around chaos engineering. Nora Jones, Senior Software Engineer at Netflix, kicked off the evening with a talk about how Netflix tests in production. "Chaos engineering...is the discipline of experimenting on production to find vulnerabilities in the system before they render it unusable for your customers. We do this at Netflix through a tool that we call ChAP...[It] can catch vulnerabilities, and allows users to inject failures into services and prod that validate their assumptions about those services before they become full-blown outages." Watch her talk to learn more about how her team helps engineers across Netflix to safely test in production and proactively catch vulnerabilities within their systems. If you're interested in joining us at a future Meetup, you can sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/Test-in-Production/ #launchdarkly #netflix #testinproduction Subscribe to LaunchDarkly: https://www.youtube.com/c/LaunchDarkly?sub_confirmation=1 Learn more about LaunchDarkly: Website: https://launchdarkly.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/launchdarkly Twitter: https://twitter.com/launchdarkly About LaunchDarkly: Feature management allows development teams to innovate faster by fundamentally transforming how software is delivered to customers. With the ability to gradually release new software features to any segment of users on any platform, DevOps teams can standardize safe releases at scale, accelerate their journey to the cloud and collaborate more effectively with business teams. Today, LaunchDarkly deploys peaks of 20 trillion feature flags each day, and that number continues to grow. Founded in 2014 in Oakland, California by Edith Harbaugh and John Kodumal, LaunchDarkly has been named on the Forbes Cloud 100 list, InfoWorld’s 2021 Technology of the Year list, and the Enterprise Tech 30 list.