Add reliability to your system
With our Experiment Editor your journey toward reliability is faster and easier: everything is at your fingertips, and you have full control over your experiments. All is meant to help you achieve your goals and roll out Chaos Engineering safely at scale in your organization.
You can add new targets, attacks, and checks by implementing extensions inside Steadybit
A unique discovery and selection process makes it easy to pick the targets
Remove friction when collaborating between teams: export and import experiments using JSON or YAML
Discover, understand, and describe your system
Using Steadybit's landscape, you can see your software's dependencies and relationships between components - the perfect start to kick off your Chaos Engineering journey.
All targets are automatically and continuously discovered
Figure out where to start your Chaos Engineering roll-out
Easily detect common architecture pitfalls
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Limit and control the Chaos injected in your system
It’s never been easier succesfully and safely scale Chaos Engineering in your organization: with Steadybit you can limit and control all the turbulence injected into your system.
Using the powerful query language, divide your system(s) into different environments based on the same information you use elsewhere
Open Source extension kits to give you flexibility
We treat extensions a first-class citizens in our product. As a result, they are deeply integrated into our user interface: you can add extensions and even create your own.
Choose the language you prefer when creating new extensions: we use GO to create ours, but you're free to choose what you like best
AWS, Datadog, Kong, Kubernetes, Postman, Prometheus: we got you covered!
Use our Kits to develop your own discoveries and actions for your custom targets where Steadybit out-of-the-box support doesn't fit your needs
Make reliability a part of your CI
To be successful in your journey toward resilience, you have to continuously assess your reliability. You can make experiments a part of your CI pipeline through our API, GitHub action or CLI to constantly verify resilience automatically.
With our API you can easily create teams, configure your workspace and create & run experiments