Azure Chaos Studio

Improve application resilience by introducing faults and simulating outages.

Overview

Azure Chaos Studio is an Azure service that helps you measure, understand, and build application and service resilience to real world incidents, such as a region going down or an application failure causing 100% CPU usage on a VM. With Chaos Studio, you can run Chaos Engineering experiments that inject faults against your service then monitor how the service responds to disruptions. Chaos experiments help you to validate architectural choices and improve service reliability. Chaos experiments can be run ad-hoc for running manual BCDR drills and Game Days, or as part of your CI/CD pipeline to programmatically gate code flow.

Key Resources

Homepage: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/chaos-studio/
Pricing: https://azure.microsoft.com/pricing/details/chaos-studio/
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Getting Started

  1. 12/17/2021, Video, 0:16:40
    Azure Chaos Studio is a is a fully managed chaos engineering experimentation platform for accelerating discovery of hard-to-find problems, from late-stage development through...
  2. 2/24/2022, Video, 0:11:49
    Test the resilience of your apps by introducing faults to simulate real-world outages with Azure Chaos Studio. John Engel-Kemnetz, Senior Program Manager for Azure Chaos...

News

Date News
5/28/2024
Azure Chaos Studio supports a new Pause Process fault for Windows virtual machines.
4/30/2024
Azure Chaos Studio is now supporting resource tags.
3/12/2024
Azure Chaos Studio supports new faults for Azure Event Hubs.
2/22/2024
Microsoft Azure Chaos Studio solution helps you measure, understand, improve, and maintain the resilience of your application through hypothesis-driven chaos experiments. The post Advancing...
12/21/2023
Cale, Evan and Sujit discuss the often-overlooked Network Watcher service in Azure and how it can be used for monitoring, troubleshooting and logging of network operations in your VNETs.   Media...
12/18/2023
Azure Chaos Studio supports new faults for Service Bus.
11/16/2023
Today the team chat to Keith Howling, a Principal Technical Specialist at Microsoft, on the topic of Platform Engineering with Radius, an open source app deployment engine. Media...
11/15/2023
The general availability of Azure Chaos Studios provides a fully managed experimentation platform for discovering challenging issues through experiment templates, dynamic targets and a more...
11/15/2023
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11/15/2023
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11/14/2023
Create and customize an experiment from a template. Chaos Studio currently supports AAD Outage and Availability Zone Down scenarios.
11/14/2023
Add a previously created load test (from Azure Load Testing) to your chaos experiment. Choose when exactly in your chaos experiment you would like to start and stop load.
11/7/2023
Customer-Managed Keys (preview) integration with Azure Chaos Studio
10/2/2023
A Program Manager in the Azure Chaos Studio team, Vikram Raju joins us to give us a refresher on the service and what latest updates have just been released. Media...
8/11/2023
Azure and Data technical specialist Ian Pike, joins us on the Podcast to give us a primer on Fabric and what is means for customers that use various data-related services on Azure.   Media...
6/5/2023
Azure Chaos Studio is now available in West US 2 region.