Increase your e-commerce website reliability using chaos engineering and AWS Fault Injection Simulator
Customer experience is a key differentiator for retailers, and improving this experience comes through speed and reliability. An e-commerce website is one of the first applications customers use to interact with your brand. For a long time, testing an application has been the only way to battle-test an application before going live. Testing is very […]
We have seen mainframe customers often encounter scalability constraints, and they can’t support their development and test workforce to the scale required to support business requirements. These constraints can lead to delays, reduce product or feature releases, and make them unable to respond to market requirements. Furthermore, limits in capacity and scale often affect the quality of changes deployed, and are linked to unplanned or unexpected downtime in products or services.
The conventional approach to address these constraints is to scale up, meaning to increase MIPS/MSU capacity of the mainframe hardware available for development and testing. The cost of this approach, however, is excessively high, and to ensure time to market, you may reject this approach at the expense of quality and functionality. If you’re wrestling with these challenges, this post is written specifically for you.