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Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the product and billing.

Is There a Free Version Available?

Yes! You can use Steadybit as a free trial for 14-days by signing up. If you need more, check out our available plans.

How Does Steadybit Work?

At its core, Steadybit uses an agent-based architecture with extensions. While the agent is the communication channel to your systems, the extensions get to know and discover your systems. To make things easy, the platform serves as your central of control.

Who Is Steadybit For?

Steadybit is crafted by Software Engineers for Software Engineers ❤️. It's tailor-made for Developers, DevOps, SREs, Ops, QA Engineers, and more.

Which Platforms Are Supported?

We support public clouds such as AWS, Azure, and GCP. Additionally, we accommodate Kubernetes, Docker, JVM-based applications, and Linux Hosts.

Whenever something is not yet supported, like your homegrown middleware, you can add support by contributing an extension.

Can I Use Steadybit On-Premises?

Absolutely! We offer an on-premises version. We'd suggest starting with our SaaS offering, and you can reach out when you're ready to make the switch.

Does Steadybit Support...?

Steadybit supports a wide range of technologies. Check out the Reliability Hub to learn more.

If you miss support for some technologies, learn how to extend and adapt Steadybit.

What Is a Team?

A team defines permissions for allowed actions to be used in an experiment (e.g., Shutdown Host, Run load test) and the superset of targets available for attacks (so-called environment). All you need to empower development teams to perform Chaos Engineering autonomously and safely.

What Is an Environment?

An environment defines the superset of targets that are available for attacks. You simply filter potential targets by using discovered attributes of your system (e.g., AWS Account, Kubernetes Cluster). Environments prevent accidentally interfering with other teams or targeting the wrong staging system.

What Is an Agent? What Is an Extension?

Agent and extensions make Chaos Engineering easy for you. The agent is the connection point from the platform into your systems and by using extensions, Steadybit discovers and understands your system. You can choose which extensions match your technologies to make it a perfect fit and keep resource footprint and security surface low.

Still have questions?

Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Get in touch with our friendly team, we’re here for you.

>_ FAQs

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the product and billing.

Is There a Free Version Available?

Yes! You can use Steadybit as a free trial for 14-days by signing up. If you need more, check out our available plans.

How Does Steadybit Work?

At its core, Steadybit uses an agent-based architecture with extensions. While the agent is the communication channel to your systems, the extensions get to know and discover your systems. To make things easy, the platform serves as your central of control.

Who Is Steadybit For?

Steadybit is crafted by Software Engineers for Software Engineers ❤️. It's tailor-made for Developers, DevOps, SREs, Ops, QA Engineers, and more.

Which Platforms Are Supported?

We support public clouds such as AWS, Azure, and GCP. Additionally, we accommodate Kubernetes, Docker, JVM-based applications, and Linux Hosts.

Whenever something is not yet supported, like your homegrown middleware, you can add support by contributing an extension.

Can I Use Steadybit On-Premises?

Absolutely! We offer an on-premises version. We'd suggest starting with our SaaS offering, and you can reach out when you're ready to make the switch.

Does Steadybit Support...?

Steadybit supports a wide range of technologies. Check out the Reliability Hub to learn more.

If you miss support for some technologies, learn how to extend and adapt Steadybit.

What Is a Team?

A team defines permissions for allowed actions to be used in an experiment (e.g., Shutdown Host, Run load test) and the superset of targets available for attacks (so-called environment). All you need to empower development teams to perform Chaos Engineering autonomously and safely.

What Is an Environment?

An environment defines the superset of targets that are available for attacks. You simply filter potential targets by using discovered attributes of your system (e.g., AWS Account, Kubernetes Cluster). Environments prevent accidentally interfering with other teams or targeting the wrong staging system.

What Is an Agent? What Is an Extension?

Agent and extensions make Chaos Engineering easy for you. The agent is the connection point from the platform into your systems and by using extensions, Steadybit discovers and understands your system. You can choose which extensions match your technologies to make it a perfect fit and keep resource footprint and security surface low.

Still have questions?

Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Get in touch with our friendly team, we’re here for you.

>_ FAQs

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the product and billing.

Is There a Free Version Available?

Yes! You can use Steadybit as a free trial for 14-days by signing up. If you need more, check out our available plans.

How Does Steadybit Work?

At its core, Steadybit uses an agent-based architecture with extensions. While the agent is the communication channel to your systems, the extensions get to know and discover your systems. To make things easy, the platform serves as your central of control.

Who Is Steadybit For?

Steadybit is crafted by Software Engineers for Software Engineers ❤️. It's tailor-made for Developers, DevOps, SREs, Ops, QA Engineers, and more.

Which Platforms Are Supported?

We support public clouds such as AWS, Azure, and GCP. Additionally, we accommodate Kubernetes, Docker, JVM-based applications, and Linux Hosts.

Whenever something is not yet supported, like your homegrown middleware, you can add support by contributing an extension.

Can I Use Steadybit On-Premises?

Absolutely! We offer an on-premises version. We'd suggest starting with our SaaS offering, and you can reach out when you're ready to make the switch.

Does Steadybit Support...?

Steadybit supports a wide range of technologies. Check out the Reliability Hub to learn more.

If you miss support for some technologies, learn how to extend and adapt Steadybit.

What Is a Team?

A team defines permissions for allowed actions to be used in an experiment (e.g., Shutdown Host, Run load test) and the superset of targets available for attacks (so-called environment). All you need to empower development teams to perform Chaos Engineering autonomously and safely.

What Is an Environment?

An environment defines the superset of targets that are available for attacks. You simply filter potential targets by using discovered attributes of your system (e.g., AWS Account, Kubernetes Cluster). Environments prevent accidentally interfering with other teams or targeting the wrong staging system.

What Is an Agent? What Is an Extension?

Agent and extensions make Chaos Engineering easy for you. The agent is the connection point from the platform into your systems and by using extensions, Steadybit discovers and understands your system. You can choose which extensions match your technologies to make it a perfect fit and keep resource footprint and security surface low.

Still have questions?

Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Get in touch with our friendly team, we’re here for you.

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Trusted by Leading Companies

Companies trusting Steadybit for their Chaos Engineering efforts.

Trusted by Leading Companies

Companies trusting Steadybit for their Chaos Engineering efforts.

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Full access to the Steadybit Chaos Engineering platform.

Available as SaaS and On-Premises!

or sign up with

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Let us guide you through a personalized demo to kick-start your Chaos Engineering efforts and build more reliable systems for your business!

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Get started today

Full access to the Steadybit Chaos Engineering platform.

Available as SaaS and On-Premises!

or sign up with

Google

GitHub

An abstract calendar is highlighting that you can book a demo

Book a Demo

Let us guide you through a personalized demo to kick-start your Chaos Engineering efforts and build more reliable systems for your business!

A space ship starting from the ground

Get started today

Full access to the Steadybit Chaos Engineering platform.

Available as SaaS and On-Premises!

or sign up with

Google

GitHub

An abstract calendar is highlighting that you can book a demo

Book a Demo

Let us guide you through a personalized demo to kick-start your Chaos Engineering efforts and build more reliable systems for your business!