What is the best chaos tool which is open source and has UI

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Jajam Vamshi Krishna

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Mar 27, 2020, 8:26:29 AM3/27/20
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Hello everyone,

I am fairly new to chaos engineering and I wanted to do chaos testing for softwares suchas Kafka, OCP, ELK, Hazelcast, etc...
There are a lot of tools available and each offer different features.
Can anyone suggest any tool which is OPEN SOURCE and has UI.

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thanks in advance 😊.

ersushantsood

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Mar 27, 2020, 9:28:35 PM3/27/20
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Hi Jajam ,
                 Try using Mangle by VMware or chaos toolkit. Unfortunately our is not opensource. 

Regards 
Sushant Sood 



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Praveen R

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Mar 28, 2020, 12:01:16 AM3/28/20
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Hi Jajam,

Mangle enables you to run chaos engineering experiments seamlessly against applications and infrastructure components to assess resiliency and fault tolerance. It is designed to introduce faults with very little pre-configuration and can support any infrastructure that you might have including K8S, Docker, vCenter or any Remote Machine with ssh enabled. With its powerful plugin model, you can define a custom fault of your choice based on a template and run it without building your code from scratch.

  • Tried and Tested in VMware - Validated on VMware product and Cloud platforms.
  • Container and OVA support - Can be easily deployed and setup in a matter of minutes using either the containers or OVA packages.
  • Efficient custom fault plugin model - Can build and plugin new faults on the fly without building the code from scratch.
     Here are the Mangle github links:

       GitHub IO Page: https://vmware.github.io/mangle/
       GitHub Repo: https://github.com/vmware/mangle
        GitBook Docs: https://vmware-1.gitbook.io/mangle/

A nice intro video of Mangle made by a TAM engineer Nico Guerrera https://youtu.be/g1xKYuetrNU

  Regards,
 Praveen R


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