Failure in the cloud is a reality, still less than 25% of business are prepared for such outages. It is inevitable systems fail; things burn.
The idea behind Chaos Engineering proving system can withstand failure by testing it, causing controlled harm to check and fix any potential issues.
This blog post is just a collection of links on the topic:
Blog | Docs
- Chaos Engineering: A cheat sheet
- Microsoft: Chaos engineering - Azure Architecture Center
- Microsoft: Advancing resilience through chaos engineering and fault injection
- Microsoft: Inside Azure Search: Chaos Engineering
- Microsoft: Induce controlled Chaos in Service Fabric clusters
- Microsoft: Shift Right to Test in Production
- Azure: A node SDK for building services capable of injecting chaos into PaaS offerings
- Chaos Toolkit has both an Azure driver (Azure - Chaos Toolkit) and a Service Fabric driver (Service Fabric - Chaos Toolkit).
- A tool for introducing chaos into the Azure PaaS using configurable extensions
- Chaos HTTP Proxy
- Creating Reliability Through Chaos With Azure VMs and Gremlin