I heard a bunch of good things about Chaos Engineering by Casey Rosenthal and Nora Jones, so I decided to read it. And it’s actually a nice and useful book. It does a good job in explaining that chaos engineering isn’t a magical randomly failing chaos monkey stuff, but an experimentation-based approach with measurable and predictable outcomes. The book contains a lot of real-life examples (mostly good) of chaos engineering in different companies from tech, processes, and people sides.
Casey Rosenthal, Nora Jones: Chaos Engineering
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