AWS Launches Fault Injector Simulator

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As explained by AWS, chaos engineering is the “practice of stressing an application in testing or production environments by creating disruptive events, such as sudden increase in CPU or memory consumption, observing how the system responds, and implementing improvements.”

AWS’s Fault Injector Simulator is a new service that helps teams find hidden bugs, blind spots, and performance bottlenecks.  Here at Foghorn, we are excited to take AWS’s FIS out on the highway and put it through the paces on an upcoming game day.

In the six-minute clip below hear our friends (and our CTO), over at The Cloud Pod discuss this new tool and what it means for enterprise.

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