[DB Seminar] Spring 2020 DB Group: Testing Cloud-Native Databases with Chaos Mesh
In the world of distributed computing, faults happen to clusters unpredictably, especially when they run in the cloud. To make a distributed database like TiDB resilient enough, chaos engineering is the way to go. At PingCAP, we use Chaos Mesh®, an open-source chaos engineering platform for Kubernetes to improve the resiliency of TiDB. Chaos Mesh adopts a cloud-native design and currently supports more than 10 chaos types. This talk will mainly introduce Chaos Mesh and how we use it to test TiDB.
Zoom Link: https://cmu.zoom.us/j/562649242
Siddon Tang is the Chief Engineer at PingCAP. He is a maintainer of Chaos Mesh® and has been a seasoned Chaos Engineering Advocate. He is also a maintainer of many open source projects such as TiDB, TiKV, and some libraries like rust-prometheus, rust-grpc, rust-rocksdb, go-mysql, LedisDB, etc.