Re: New CF Service Broker "chaos-galago" - a chaos-monkey for your Cloud Foundry


David Illsley <davidillsley@...>
 

Really cool. How nasty is the kill? Is the process killed, then CF
cleans-up on healthcheck failure, or is the app instance removed from the
router before instance termination?

On Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 4:33 PM, Sam Bryant <srbry(a)hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,

Fidelity International have recently developed and open-sourced a new
Service Broker for Cloud Foundry called "chaos-galago". It has been created
with aim of providing a marketplace service to users that will cause chaos
to their bound applications. It works by randomly killing service instances
based on a provided probability and frequency.

We see a massive benefit in chaos-galago as it should allow developers to
test if their CF applications truly are cloud-resilient, do they cope with
unexpected failures? Are they deployed with enough instances so that they
meantime uptime?

More information and how to deploy it can be found on our Github repo:
https://github.com/FidelityInternational/chaos-galago

Any input, feedback and questions are encouraged, we hope that everyone
finds it the same useful tool that we do.

Regards,
Sam

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