Chaos engineering… mostly in IT we are focused on structure and order. So, what is it and what can it bring?
We go over the steps:
- Start by defining ‘steady state’ as some measurable output of a system that indicates normal behaviour
- Hypothesize that this steady-state will continue in both the control group and the experimental group
- Introduce variables that reflect real-world events like servers that crash, hard drives that malfunction, network connections that are severed, etc.
- Try to disprove the hypothesis by looking for a difference in steady-state between the control group and the experimental group.
Luc Kleeven – Software engineer mostly working in retail platform things.
Peter Paul van de Beek
The book that was referred to, Learning Chaos Engineering by Russ Miles
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