DevOps and microservices architectures have dramatically sped up software development. However, our systems are more complex than ever.
Explore how the widening gap between conventional QA and modern application development is negatively impacting reliability and learn what you can do to close it.
In this white paper, we explore:
In order to validate the reliability of distributed architectures in DevOps organizations we need a new testing methodology.
In this white paper, we explore the changing landscape of testing as a consequence of DevOps and microservices, and how Chaos Engineering provides the necessary framework for testing modern applications.
Confidently test systems reliability by thoughtfully injecting failure into services, hosts, or containers with a Gremlin attack. Using the attack library, see how systems respond to a variety of common failure conditions. Scale the blast radius of the attack once you're confident in system stability, and easily halt attacks should issues arise.
Teams who frequently run Chaos Engineering experiments - weekly, or monthly - have >99.9% availability. Keep your availability high and your incident count low by setting attacks to run on an automated schedule.