We use the following definitions in our documentation.
# Chaos Platform
Complete solution for chaos engineering with multiple components, such as Proofdock Cloud and extensions for Azure DevOps and Chaos Toolkit.
# Azure DevOps Extension
Enables chaos engineering features within Azure DevOps. Install the extension from here.
# Azure DevOps
Cloud-based services from Microsoft that enable teams to plan, collaborate, develop and deliver their products faster. Whenever a reference to Azure DevOps is made, it is assumed that Proofdock's extension for Azure DevOps is installed. Check out the Azure DevOps site.
# Chaos CLI
An open source chaos command line tool. It extends the Chaos Toolkit with Proofdock relevant capabilities:
- Available in the Python Package Index as
- Check the source code in GitHub
# Chaos Middleware
An open source software solution that hooks into your application in order to allow introducing turbulent conditions, simulate outages and malfunctions. The Chaos Middleware provides software artifacts for diverse programming languages and frameworks. Inject turbulences either with our control panel or with header requests at runtime.
# Proofdock Cloud
A cloud-based service, that lets you practice chaos engineering. It enables you to manage
Chaos Experiments or application attacks with the Chaos Middleware. The Proofdock Cloud handles requests that originate from the
Chaos Experiments and the Chaos Middleware. The
Proofdock Cloud is provided by Proofdock.