Chaos Engineering enables teams to identify weaknesses & potential outages in infrastructures by inducing chaos tests in a controlled way.
Evolve system resilience to make your business predictable
Prioritize innovation over incident response, enabling feature creation.
Proactively build resilience to ensure your users do not experience downtime
Embed reliability in delivery, promoting successful tech adoption
Free developers from time-consuming, unnecessary processes that
slow your work, so you and your team can focus on creating.
Our comprehensive chaos engineering platform offers the most extensive coverage of potential faults in your systems, enabling you to identify and rectify weak points, leading to a better and faster user experience.
With our platform, you gain a deeper understanding of your system's vulnerabilities, allowing you to proactively address potential issues before they impact your users, resulting in improved overall system performance.
Our platform provides a fully automated journey to resilience, where you can seamlessly implement chaos engineering practices into your workflow without the need for extensive manual intervention.
By automating the chaos engineering process, you save valuable time and resources, allowing your team to focus on developing innovative features and products while ensuring your systems are robust and reliable.
Integrate chaos experiments effortlessly into your development and deployment pipelines, ensuring that potential issues are identified and addressed at every stage of your software delivery process.
Our platform seamlessly integrates with your existing CI/CD pipelines, enabling you to conduct chaos experiments in a controlled manner, guaranteeing that your applications can withstand real-world challenges.
Our platform offers robust security governance measures, ensuring that your chaos engineering practices adhere to the highest security standards, enabling you to scale without compromising on safety
With our security governance features, you can confidently expand your chaos engineering initiatives across your organization, promoting a culture of resilience and innovation while maintaining the utmost data protection and privacy.
Discover how your applications stand up to real-world failure scenarios. Gain insights to construct a resilient system that minimizes downtime and saves on costs.
We aim to build a community to help build a world without downtime
Introducing the continuous resilience approach. Understand the modern approach to practicing chaos engineering where the efforts to build resilience are inserted into all stages of your software development life cycle through automated chaos experiments.
While most teams strive to automate their reliability tasks, they don’t often have the time or resources to minimize the associated toil. This webinar will share practical advice on what can be done to maximize reliability while minimizing the associated toil.
Businesses are increasingly adopting cloud-native deployments as a means to increase developer velocity. The rapid adoption of the cloud environment, including Kubernetes, has created significant complexity and revealed the inadequacy of traditional systems testing.
Every organization needs to deliver new software features faster. But often, increased speed results in decreased reliability of application services. Without a reliable software delivery strategy, you risk revenue loss and issues with customer retention.
Chaos Engineering delivers fantastic benefits to the developers, development teams, and overall DevOps when chaos experiments are automated into the regular CD pipelines. Read this blog to know the benefits and how to use chaos experiments in Harness CD pipelines.
“Hope is not a strategy.” This quote embodies the core philosophy of chaos engineering. We can’t just sit around and hope that our business never experiences a costly service disruption. It’s essential to act now and prepare for the worst by adding chaos chaos engineering to your disaster recovery (DR) testing.
Are you looking for a new chaos engineering tool? We evaluated the top open-source and commercial chaos engineering tools to consider when building your chaos toolkit.
Chaos experiments that are needed for a quick start in Chaos Engineering.
Litmus includes Prometheus metrics that can help measure the impact of chaos on the applications real time.
50+ chaos faults to test system reliability.
Experiments function with standard operators, CRDs, and YAML configuration that k8s users are familiar with already.