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Gremlin’s “Failure as a Service” makes it easy to find weaknesses in your system before they cause problems for your customers. Gremlin is a simple, safe and secure way to use Chaos Engineering to improve system resilience. We offer two ways to inject faults into your system: Infrastructure-Level and Application-Level.
Infrastructure-Level faults are used to simulate/reproduce issues with the machine your application runs on. Examples include: CPU being consumed, Disk filling up, and Network hosts becoming unreachable or slow. Setup and usage is described in Infrastructure Fault Injection Guides
Application-Level faults are used to simulate/reproduce issues with your application and its dependencies. Examples include making an HTTP call fail for a specific user, or a DB call slow for a specific table. Setup and usage is described in Application Fault Injection Guides
Infrastructure Fault Injection Guides¶
- Install Gremlin with Docker
- Install Gremlin on Kubernetes
- Install Gremlin on Ubuntu 16.04
- Install Gremlin on CentOS 7
- Install Gremlin on Amazon Linux 2
- Install Gremlin on Azure
- Install Gremlin on ECS
- Install Gremlin on Mesosphere
- Configure Gremlin
- Manage Gremlin Users
- Understand Gremlin Security
- Create Attacks using the Gremlin Control Plane
- Bandwidth Usage
Application Fault Injection Guides¶
We can’t wait to see how you make your system more resilient.