In Part 1 of this series, I introduced chaos engineering and explained how it helps uncover and fix unknowns in your system before they become outages in production; and also how it fosters positive cultural change inside organizations. While I promised at the end of Part 1 to talk about “the tools and techniques used to inject failures into systems” — I had to follow the “logical” way my mind works. So, in this post, I’ll instead answer the most common question asked by people who want to start practicing chaos engineering: “What do you break first?” Fair question!! And certainly not a question that this panda seems to have the answer to.



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