Chaos Engineering, and fault injection in particular, is all the rage. Breaking things on purpose, rather than “by accident”, is what the cool kids do these days. It’s what they like to speak about at meetups and conferences or proudly promote on Twitter and their blogs. We’re starting to see job titles with the word “Chaos” in them, not unlike “DevOps” a couple of years ago (both meaningless, of course). Sarcasm aside, it’s evident that Chaos Engineering has become a technology trend, with more and more companies adopting it. While it might not have gone mainstream yet, we’re getting there for sure!
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