It’s the unexpected and unpredicted that will cause the problems – and in a world where systems are complex and inter-dependent, those are an accident waiting to happen.
The difference between 99% and the gold standard of 99.9999% uptime is significant. It’s the difference between over 3.5 days of downtime in a year, which would be unacceptable to many people, and just over 30 seconds, which is potentially barely noticeable.
The simple fact is that customers rely on your service and expect it to be available. It’s bad for business – and your reputation – if you let them down.
The key to finding and fixing the unpredicted and unexpected is chaos engineering.
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