Identify the weak spots that matter.

Your business deserves the best possible preventive action,
no matter how complex your system-landscape is.
How it works
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Be proactive and become more resilient.

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Whether you want to double-check new features to fit them in your system landscape or if you want to be prepared for the next big launch: It's time to add some certainty to your work by fixing issues that are unpredictable on the drawing board.
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Find vulnerabilities in your system and fix them before they turn into problems.

Even the best DevOps and SREs struggle to keep growing complexity under control. steadybit helps you to plan, orchestrate and execute regular check-ups by running assisted experiments and it helps you to focus on fixing the relevant problems – the ones that put your business at risk.
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Why steadybit?

steadybit acts as a meaningful supplement to your quality assurance and testing-workflow: By combining chaos engineering with intelligent agents it scans your system for possible weaknesses and recommends the appropriate experiments to uncover potential breaking points and issues. In the long run it helps you to build up trust in your distributed system landscape by implementing an empirical, system-based approach.
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Enterprise-grade security at your service

The choice is yours: You can either decide to deploy steadybit on premise or start fast and learn fast with our SaaS platform. You decide, whether you wish to double-check updates and install them yourself or if you prefer to use our auto-updating service.
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How does it work?

steadybit helps you to simulate "reality" by applying chaotic variables.
Sounds crazy? Let us explain it to you a little more simply:

Step 1

Define the Situation

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First you define a hypothesis how your system should behave in case of a failure. With the help of our Steady State Checks we continuously validate the status of your system.

Step 2

Experiment and simulate

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All possible threats to your STEADY STATE represent a chaotic variable, a possible "real event". They differ in potential impact or frequency of appearance and should be prioritized carefully. Events can be hardware related, software related or related with impacts from the "outer world", such as traffic spikes.

Step 3

Be brave and run experiments in production

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Since user behavior is merely unpredictable, checking real traffic is the only way to reliably capture the request path. In order to guarantee both the authenticity of the way the system is run and its relevance to the system currently in use, steadybit favours experimenting with production traffic.

Step 4

Master it by automating it

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Manual testing is labour-intensive and ultimately unacceptable. Instead, tests should be automated and performed repeatedly. steadybit provides automation to drive both orchestration and analysis of your check-ups. Focus on solving and addressing risky issues instead of just finding them.

Now that the idea is clear…

Are you ready for more details? Check out our brief feature walkthrough.
Get to know steadybit

Don't break your system —
learn about it and improve it.

steadybit is the comprehensive vaccine for your system: We carefully and systematically inject harm into systems to test the systems’ response to it. Get prepared and practice for outages and minimize the effects of downtime before it occurs.
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