Chaos Conf is back! We’re hosting at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, September 26. This year it’s all about breaking through – whether it’s obstacles to implementing Chaos Engineering at your company or to the next level of your career. This one day, single track conference will bring together engineers who are all working to build more resilient systems and teams. Let us hear from you!
Join us for a full day of Chaos Engineering, good food, and drinks at #ChaosConf.
We are pleased to announce the Call For Papers for the second annual Chaos Conf. Chaos Conf is a conference focused on the practice of Chaos Engineering, and will be held on September 26 at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco.
We’d love to hear the stories of people who are putting Chaos Engineering into practice. What impact has your Chaos Engineering practice had on your organization’s reliability? What tools are you using, and what kinds of systems have you been experimenting on? What struggles have you had adopting Chaos Engineering, and how did you overcome them? What’s something unexpected you learned through your Chaos Engineering practice?
Some technologies we’re interested in hearing about: Kubernetes, Kafka, containers, service meshes, stream processing, databases, observability and monitoring. You don’t need to limit yourself to these technologies, though. They are just a jumping off point. Feel free to surprise us.
The deadline for submissions is April 19 at midnight, Pacific Standard Time.
By submitting a talk you agree to comply with the Chaos Community Code of Conduct.
Dates & Deadlines
- March 11 - Call for Papers Opens
- April 19 - Call for Papers Closes
- May 31 - Notification of Status (Acceptance, Waitlist, Rejected) Deadline
- July 31 - Outline of presentation received
- August 31 - Feedback supplied to all presenters
- September 20 - Final decks due
- September 26 - Chaos Conf!