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 25, 2020 and is at the Incubating project maturity level.

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We are having our 1st Community Meeting of 2023 today! (18th January, Wednesday)

Starting in an hour from now

We share updates on the latest release, user stories, new features & enhancements, and answer questions.

Find the joining like & agenda here:

The LitmusChaos 2022 Year Review has amazing insights into how the community fared in terms of project updates, enhancements, community updates, and the future.

Check out this CNCF On-Demand Webinar by @VedantShrotria & @prithvi137 :

Have you registered for the flagship chaos engineering conference of 2023 yet?

Registrations are live for Chaos Carnival 2023 by @harnessio ✅✅

4 Keynotes, 20+ Chaos Talks, Workshops, Panel, and so much more🚀🚀

Register now at:

📅 March 15th & 16th

*Quick Reminder*

The last LitmusChaos Community Meeting for the year is happening today (Wednesday) 💥💥

Tune in to meet the community members!
Listen to updates on the latest enhancements & a year review.

Here are the community meeting notes:

Throwback from KubeDay Japan ♥️

One of my best talks until now!😌
I am preparing a good Chaos Engineering talk for next year meanwhile. Lots to do for the @LitmusChaos community now!🎉

Check out the recording which is up on the CNCF channel now: