Run real-world, controlled experiments that will reveal your systems' weaknesses to avoid disasters, improve customer experience, maintain competitive advantage, accelerate digital transformation, boost developer experience, and achieve Continuous ResilienceTM.
Conduct chaos experiments to observe and monitor systems behavior and find problems that could impact customers. By continuously testing and improving the resilience of your systems, developers and SREs can ensure services are predictable to support the business and customer experience.
Rather than being distracted by responding to incidents, developers can identify and address issues with systems before they cause disruptions, so they can focus on building new features.
Efficiently implement new technology and processes by gaining a deep understanding of your system's behavior. With this knowledge, your teams can confidently adopt best practices that embed reliability and resilience into the software delivery pipeline, advancing the successful adoption of digital transformation initiatives.
Ensure systems are highly available and performant to ensure you meet customers' needs. By improving your team’s response times to outages, proactively introducing resilience mechanisms, and testing, you can improve your customer experience.
Ready to Use Experiments
The Enterprise ChaosHub is a catalog of advanced experiments across multiple cloud providers and platforms, including VMware, AWS, GCP, Azure, serverless, and full coverage of Kubernetes chaos experiments. Users can manage, edit, schedule, and run experiments within the UI. Users can also create experiments, contribute to their organization’s ChaosHub, and share with other teams.
Continuous Delivery Integration
Tightly integrates with the CD workflow, allowing you to see, govern, and build automation that spans from pre-production to production deployments. Experiments can be automatically triggered to verify changes without impacting system reliability. This integration also provides end-to-end analytics and the creation of custom dashboard views spanning the deployment to release stages. There is also a native integration with Service Reliability Management that leverages its Service Level Objective.
Probes provide the ability to understand the experiment's impact on the system or other dependent systems and measure the steady state of your system during chaos experiments. Probes help give you feedback from the experiment, so you don’t have to manually monitor or observe impacts on tested systems.
Enterprise Security and RBAC
Harness provides built-in access control features, including authentication, authorization, and auditing. It allows for role-based access control (RBAC) to ensure chaos experimentation is controlled.
Our free plan is the fastest and easiest method to start building and deploying with Harness. It is available to customers of all sizes from students, individual developers, startups, mid-size organizations to most demanding enterprise businesses. Best of all, the access doesn’t expire, and no credit card is needed unless you choose to upgrade to our Team or Enterprise Plans.