chaos engineering

What Chaos Engineering Is (and Isn’t)

Content By Devops .com The birth of chaos engineering happened somewhat accidentally in 2008 when Netflix moved from the data center to the cloud. The move didn’t go as planned. The thinking at the time was that the data center locked Netflix into an architecture...

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Using Chaos Engineering to Build Resilient Systems

Content By Devops .com Over the past decade, chaos engineering has become one of the most popular approaches in DevOps. It’s uniquely adapted to complex cloud-based systems and has the potential to succeed where more conventional approaches may not. Chaos Engineering Explained Traditionally, DevOps teams...

The Chaos Mindset: Teaching Your Code to Cope

Content By Devops .com Chaos engineering sounds alluring and exciting—it’s fun to experiment, right? But what some misunderstand about this approach is that it’s not about moving fast and breaking things. It’s about designing and introducing disruptions in the software production process that tests the...