Back at the beginning of 2021, Azure CTO Mark Russinovich’s regular Ignite runthrough of the Azure architecture gave us a first look at Chaos Studio, the platform’s fault injection tool. Building on the chaos monkey concept introduced by Netflix, the growing discipline of chaos engineering is focused on helping developers understand what happens to cloud-scale applications when they fail.
Now, with 2021’s second Ignite opening its digital doors, Microsoft is unveiling the first public preview of Chaos Studio as part of its push to deliver better and more resilient cloud applications. I had the opportunity to talk to Mark Russinovich in advance of the preview’s launch about Azure’s approach to chaos engineering and how he sees developers taking advantage of these technologies.
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