Litmus Community | Apr 29, 2021
6 MIN READ
6 MIN READ
Chaos Engineering has taken an important place in the path to achieving reliability in the cloud native space. In this blog, Uma Mukkara, CEO of ChaosNative talks about the humble beginnings of LitmusChaos projects, the journey so far and the genesis of ChaosNative Inc.
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