Azure Chaos Studio Preview
Improve application resilience by introducing faults and simulating outages
An experimentation platform for improving app resiliency
Improve application resilience with chaos testing by deliberately introducing faults that simulate real-world outages. Azure Chaos Studio Preview is a fully managed chaos engineering experimentation platform for accelerating discovery of hard-to-find problems, from late-stage development through production. Disrupt your apps intentionally to identify gaps and plan mitigations before your customers are impacted by a problem.
Explore the benefits of Azure Chaos Studio
Subject your Azure applications to real or simulated faults
Observe how your applications respond to real-world disruptions
Integrate chaos experiments into any phase of quality validation
Use the same tools as Microsoft engineers to build resilience of cloud services
Improve the reliability of your Azure applications
Experiment by subjecting your Azure apps to real or simulated faults in a controlled manner to better understand application resiliency. Observe how your apps will respond to real-world disruptions such as network latency, an unexpected storage outage, expiring secrets, or even a full datacenter outage.
Experiment on your own terms
Validate product quality where and when it makes sense for your organization. Use the continuously expanding library of faults, which includes CPU pressure, network latency, blocked resource access, and even infrastructure outages. Drive application resilience by performing ad-hoc drills, integrate with your CI/CD pipeline, or do both to monitor production quality through continuous validation.
Gain insights without the chaos of getting started
Avoid the need to manage tools and scripts while spending more time learning about your application's resilience. Get started quickly with experiment templates and an expanding library of faults—including agent-based faults that disrupt within resources and service-based faults that disrupt resources at the control plane.
Go beyond fault injection with reliability validation
Improve application reliability by implementing a cohesive strategy to make informed decisions before, during, and after chaos experiments. Integrate load testing into your chaos experiments to simulate real-world customer traffic. Disrupt your apps intentionally to identify gaps and plan mitigations before your customers are impacted by a problem.
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Chaos Studio pricing
Chaos Studio Preview has no upfront costs or fees. Pay as you go based on experiment execution—chaos engineering experiments are charged based on the duration that your experiment actions run across each target or resource.
Chaos Studio resources and documentation
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Frequently asked questions about Azure Chaos Studio
Chaos engineering is the practice of subjecting applications and services to real-world stresses and failures to build and validate resilience to unreliable conditions and missing dependencies.
Chaos Studio has a growing library of faults.
View the current list.
Chaos experiments require explicit granular permission to inject faults against resources.