2020-09-25Chaos Mesh MaintainersEngineering
Today, we are proud to announce the general availability of Chaos Mesh® 1.0, following its entry into CNCF as a sandbox project in July, 2020. After 10 months of effort within the open-source community, Chaos Mesh is now ready in terms of functionality, scalability, and ease of use. Here are some highlights.
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2020-08-17Ben Ye, Chengwen YinEngineering
This article describes how we use TiPocket, an automated testing framework, to build a full Chaos Engineering testing loop for TiDB.
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2020-08-06Max LiuEngineering
At TiDB DevCon 2020, Max Liu, CEO at PingCAP, gave a keynote speech. He believes that today's database should be more flexible, more real-time, and easier to use, and TiDB, an elastic, cloud-native, real-time HTAP database, is exactly that kind of database.
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2020-07-28Siddon TangEngineering
We're thrilled to announce that Chaos Mesh®, our open-sourced Chaos Engineering platform for Kubernetes, is now officially accepted as a CNCF Sandbox project.
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2020-04-20Chengwen YinEngineering
As a cloud-native chaos engineering platform, Chaos Mesh supports TimeChaos, which simulates clock skew in containers or K8s for distributed systems to test system robustness, without affecting other containers on the node.
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2020-03-18Chengwen YinEngineering
In this 10-minute tutorial, we will help you to quickly get started with Chaos Engineering and run your first chaos experiment with Chaos Mesh.
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