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Availability zone testing ways?

I want to test my AZ redundancy and i׳m wondering what is the difference between logical shut down the interfaces to hard shut down(turn of the electrical source for the AZ. Can anyone help to ...
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Jmeter simulating traffic and avoiding 429

I am using Jmeter to investigate the performance and capacity needs of a few web services. Jmeter sends traffic to the web-facing url (served by Nginx), with a rising rate, to see where the service ...
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ChaosMonkey for k8s?

Is there a kind of tool like ChaosMonkey specific for k8s that kill nodes and pods during office hours to train the team how to deal with issues and to harden the k8s cluster? It is possible to ...
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How can I simulate failure of an AWS Availability Zone?

In order to test that our load balancers and Multi-AZ RDS instances are working the way I'd expect them to, I'd like to simulate failure of an AWS Availability Zone. Short of locating one of the ...
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Apply resilience-testing in a company (to promote DevOps)? If true, why, how and what effect does it have on the Engineers? If false, why not?

Back in the day this Q&A was created. ChaosMonkey is a tool that is able to stop random services on a platform in a certain time period. The goal of this is to get a stable platform that is fault ...
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Is the use of ChaosMonkey restricted to AWS?

According to this documentation, ChoasMonkey seems to be restricted to AWS: Get Auto Scaling Tools You can use the new AWS CLI tools: $ sudo pip install awscli Is it possible to use ...
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