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Keynote: Deriving Meaning in a Time of Chaos: The Intersection Between Chaos Engineering and Observability for Distributed Systems

5th November 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Keynote: Deriving Meaning in a Time of Chaos: The Intersection Between Chaos Engineering and Observability for Distributed Systems

Crystal Hirschorn

Crystal Hirschorn is Director of Engineering and Cloud Platforms at Condé Nast International, where she is building an awesome engineering organization, while technically leading a digital transformation to build unified technology platforms deployed across the globe for their portfolio of well known brands such as Vogue and Wired. A software engineer with more than 15 years’ experience working mainly within the media and government sectors, Crystal has spent much of her time on the frontlines tackling the challenges of scaling software and infrastructure. Previously, she led the online technical strategy for many BBC News elections events, including the last General Election, which served more than 65 million requests in a 24-hour period at traffic peaks of 3.2 million concurrent requests.

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Keynote: Deriving Meaning in a Time of Chaos: The Intersection Between Chaos Engineering and Observability for Distributed Systems

Crystal Hirschorn

Crystal Hirschorn is Director of Engineering and Cloud Platforms at Condé Nast International, where she is building an awesome engineering organization, while technically leading a digital transformation to build unified technology platforms deployed across the globe for their portfolio of well known brands such as Vogue and Wired. A software engineer with more than 15 years’ experience working mainly within the media and government sectors, Crystal has spent much of her time on the frontlines tackling the challenges of scaling software and infrastructure. Previously, she led the online technical strategy for many BBC News elections events, including the last General Election, which served more than 65 million requests in a 24-hour period at traffic peaks of 3.2 million concurrent requests.

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