Chaos Engineering in .Net

01:00 PM Adams

Think you write reliable code? Think it can handle failures and outages in the services and infrastructure it uses? Have you ever tried breaking it? You may have heard about the Netflix “chaos monkey”, the tool they use to generate errors and kill services, well now you can create your own chaos monkeys in .Net. With Simmy, the .Net Chaos Engineering Framework you can thrown exceptions, replace successes with failures, generate bad data, delay or drop responses and even delete real tables or kill a real service. If you don’t have control over the services you use Simmy can be used at the point you make requests to that service to simulate errors. Think your application can handle all this? Join me for half an hour and I'll show you how to wreak havoc on your code and what you can do to make it truly robust.