Testing is essential to ensure that your software application performs as expected. No doubt about it. But even if your application runs smoothly in a testing environment, unexpected incidents can occur in production, such as a crashed database or a lost connection to a third-party service. To ensure your application can handle such incidents and minimize their impact, you need to incorporate chaos testing into your delivery process. In this article, we’ll explore how to implement chaos testing using k6 for two backend services, to help you ensure the resilience of your application.
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