Chaos Engineering – each incident is a missed experiment

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Chaos engineering… largely in IT we’re targeted on construction and order. So, what’s it and what can it carry?

We go over the steps:

  • Begin by defining ‘regular state’ as some measurable output of a system that signifies regular behaviour
  • Hypothesize that this steady-state will proceed in each the management group and the experimental group
  • Introduce variables that replicate real-world occasions like servers that crash, arduous drives that malfunction, community connections which can be severed, and many others.
  • Attempt to disprove the speculation by searching for a distinction in steady-state between the management group and the experimental group.


Luc Kleeven – Software program engineer largely working in retail platform issues.


Peter Brouwers

Peter Paul van de Beek


The ebook that was referred to, Studying Chaos Engineering by Russ Miles

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