Rate limiting, request tracing, and circuit-breakers are powerful development patterns for reliable software. Resiliency is critical these days and there are a wide range of mechanisms you can employ to build more reliable applications. The million-dollar question is which is right for you and your company. The answer is not simple as system architectures are unique and increasingly complex. In this talk, Forni will enumerate his experiences building reliable systems at scale as an engineer at Amazon and Salesforce, and helping some of the most technologically advanced Fortune 500 companies craft their own roadmap to reliability as the founder and Chief Technology Officer of Gremlin, the world’s first reliability company. Join him for a frank discussion of the costs, tradeoffs, and exciting new technologies that transform the concept of reliability from a pipe dream to a pragmatic reality.