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February 15, 2023
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5 Reasons to Attend Chaos Carnival 2023


Harness is excited to host the third annual Chaos Carnival, a FREE two-day virtual conference on March 15-16, 2023. So, have you registered yet? Here are five reasons why you should register today!

1. You'll Gain Valuable Insights into Creating More Resilient Systems

The theme of this year’s conference is Build Resilience Through Chaos. With chaos engineering, it’s now possible to test and proactively improve application resilience.  Chaos engineering has created a new generation of resilient systems that enable developers to focus on innovation rather than the distractions of system failures. Attend Chaos Carnival to learn how to adopt or scale your chaos engineering practice and build more resilient systems.

2. Top Chaos Engineering Experts

Chaos Carnival is more than just a conference. It’s a global two-day virtual event for all things chaos engineering that will enable attendees to learn from the best minds in the industry. See how enterprises like Harness, AWS, and Google are building resilient cloud-native systems. Hear from the most talented and passionate chaos engineering experts sharing ideas about reliability, resilience, and Kubernetes. Topics will include: 

SRE enablement and best practices; observability; shift-left chaos testing; cloud-native chaos engineering; and resilience vs. chaos engineering. 

You don’t want to miss it. 

3. Amazing Keynote Speakers

We’re going to have 4 amazing keynote speakers including: 

  • Adrian Cockroft, Tech Advisor at nubank. Adrian has worked at Sun Microsystems; was a founding member of eBay Research Labs; directed a team working on personalizing algorithms, served as a cloud architect, helped teams scale and migrate to AWS, and led the open-source program at Netflix. 
  • Adrian Hornsby, Principal System Dev Engineer at AWS. Adrian has worked in the IT industry for about 20 years and he focuses on cloud infrastructure and site reliability, writing application software, deploying servers, and managing large-scale architectures. 
  • Ana Medina, Staff Developer Advocate at Lightstep. Ana is a self-taught engineer with more than 12 years of experience and a podcast host for On-Call Me, Maybe. Over the past few years, she has focused on cloud infrastructure and reliability. 
  • Uma Mukkara, Head of Chaos Engineering at Harness. Before joining Harness, Uma was a co-founder of ChaosNative and MayaData, both of which he helped lead to successful acquisitions. He also co-created the popular CNCF open-source projects openEBS and LitmusChaos, which he continues to actively maintain.

4. Serious Networking Opportunities

Chaos Carnival includes more than 30 sessions that can help you expand your knowledge of chaos engineering. You can learn from experts from all over the world, participate in interactive talks, and attend breakout sessions and workshops. 

Throughout all these sessions, you’ll be able to engage and network with the global chaos engineering community, including the event sponsors: Nagarro, Grafana Labs, k6, Civo, Conf42, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), Elastic, Litmus Community, and DevIT. 

5. It's Free

Chaos Carnival is free to attend. And it’s virtual, so no travel budget needed. What are you waiting for? Register today!

To learn more about Chaos Carnival, visit

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