Steadybit wants developers involved in chaos engineering before production
By Editor - Thu Sep 22, 7:13 am
Chaos engineering was originally developed at large companies to help them pressure test systems in production. Over time, startups and open source projects have made it more accessible, but for the most part it is still in the realm of SREs (site reliability engineers) testing production systems. Steadybit , a German startup wants to put it in reach of more developers by building these tests into the development pipeline. Today, the company announced the general availability of its chaos engineering product. Steadybit co-founder and CEO Benjamin Wilms says that by pushing back chaos testing into the development pipeline, it gets non-specialists involved, so they can deal with issues before they hit production.
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