Litmus helps SREs and developers practice chaos engineering in a Cloud-native way. Chaos experiments are published at the ChaosHub ( Community notes is at

Litmus was accepted to CNCF on June 23, 2020 and is at the Incubating project maturity level.

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Did you check out the latest LitmusChaos version 2.13.0 which is out now!🚀 🎉💥

✅ Enhances network experiments
✅ Adds Chaos SDK Templates for non-Kubernetes experiments
✅Adds enhancement in chaos-scenarios

Check out the full release notes here:

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Release 2.13.0 · litmuschaos/litmus

Release Notes (2.13.0) Core Component Updates - Enhance network experiments to derive IPs of the pods for Kubernet...

Today I learned about @LitmusChaos . Seems thelat it's vetter to start chaos engineering from theirs level rather write ot by yourself from scratch doing all possible things wrong.

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LitmusChaos Community Member @NeelanjanManna explains the why's & how's of Chaos Engineering w/ LitmusChaos at @kcdsrilanka

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