By starting with a hypothesis and the ability to express your intention by naming all steps, Steadybit makes it easy to build an accessible knowledge base for Chaos Engineering.
The visual timeline enables you to design and reason about even the most involved scenarios.
Short Feedback Loops
Chaos Engineering is an inherently explorative method. Change the parameters of your experiments on the fly and immediately react to insights you got during Chaos Engineering workshops.
Whether you want to increase the blast radius, target a different piece of infrastructure or introduce new steps, everything is at your fingertips in the visual experiment designer.
While Steadybit has an extensive list of attacks and checks, we appreciate that every system is different.
Whether to use unique attacks, integrate custom monitoring solutions, or leverage existing investments into Chaos Engineering: with Steadybit's holistic approach to extensibility, you can add new targets, attacks, and checks by implementing extensions. Steadybit will integrate them seamlessly.
For a successful Chaos Engineering roll-out at scale, you need a safe way to conduct experiments, allowing teams to approach the method at their own pace. When designing experiments, you only get access to steps explicitly permitted for your team.
Steadybit reduces the blast radius automatically to environments allowed for your team. Steadybit's unique discovery and selection process makes it easy to pick the targets based on any of their properties - auto-completion included.
Chaos Engineering rarely happens in isolation. Speed up your Chaos Engineering journey by sharing the most valuable experiments. You can comfortably do this from within the product if you prefer user interfaces. Teams that prefer a code-based approach can export and import experiments using JSON or YAML.
Use the same experiment across multiple environments by parameterizing the experiments and achieve unrivalled time-to-value when rolling out Chaos Engineering in your organization.
With the real-time view of the experiment run, you always know what is happening anytime. Stay informed with the live event log.
Dedicated widgets visualize all metrics and checks configured inside the experiment designer, making it easy to spot any unexpected system behavior. You can always review the timeline later on and also analyze all the data from the dashboard.
Steadybit makes it easy to automate experiment execution using its inbuilt safeguards, blast radius controls, and API.
Improve the fidelity of your existing end-to-end and load tests by combining them with Chaos Experiments. Turn experiments into quality gates in your continuous delivery pipeline efficiently by using the Steadybit CLI or GitHub Actions.