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Chaos Engineering

Resilience Rhythms: Embracing Chaos Engineering

In the heart of the bustling city of Hyderabad, a cozy coffee shop was abuzz with a lot of activity. Among the patrons was Murthy, a young and enthusiastic software engineer, nursing a cup of steaming coffee. As Murthy perused his laptop, a friendly voice chimed in from the neighboring table. “Chaos engineering, huh? Quite the hot topic these days,” the voice said. Murthy looked up to find Mr. Shan, a seasoned expert in the field, smiling warmly. “Hey there!

Ensuring Resilience in the Fintech Eco-system by Introducing Chaos Engineering

Over the past few decades, consumers increasingly accepted digital tools as they helped save time, manage funds securely, and track and control their finances efficiently, leading to the growth of Fintech companies. According to some reports, the Fintech Industry is projected to become $1.5 Trillion by 2030. NA has the largest share of the market in Fintech across the globe. US Fintech as a service market size is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17.5% from 2023 to 2030.

Building Resilient Digital Systems Through Chaos Engineering

Resilience is paramount in the current digital landscape. With the increasing complexity of software systems and the ever-present threat of unforeseen failures, businesses must proactively fortify their digital infrastructure. This is where Chaos Engineering comes into play. It’s not about causing chaos for chaos’s sake but rather a strategic approach to identifying vulnerabilities and strengthening systems.

Building a Fortress of Protection: Unlocking the Potential of Chaos Engineering's Seven Components

Organizations face constant challenges safeguarding their assets and data in the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape. A proactive and dynamic approach ensures robust protection against ever-increasing cyber threats. This is where chaos engineering comes into play. Originally popularized for testing system resilience, chaos engineering has expanded its scope to address security concerns.

Chaos Engineering: Why Break Things on Purpose? #kongbuilders #kong #kongmesh

🗣️ In our next Kong Builders Livestream, Andrew Kew is joining us to tell us more about the topic of Chaos Engineering. With the move to distributed cloud architectures, it's becoming more critical to ensure that our platforms are designed for failure and behave the way we expect in these failure events.

7 Steps to Execute Chaos Engineering

We’ve all heard about the significant WhatsApp breakdowns that have happened in the recent past, during which the app was unavailable for the public for an hour. However, from a technical standpoint, WhatsApp returned in less than an hour. What would have enabled the engineers at WhatsApp to quickly restore the services? Technically speaking, the team experienced an extremely stressful production failure because of this.