By the community,
for the community!

Created by our users, contributors, and adopters, the Litmus community truly believes in adding to the value of open source culture. Serving and listening to the community is a priority to us.

We welcome Kubernetes SREs and Developers to join this zealous community to learn and share all about Cloud-Native Chaos Engineering. There are many contributors in our community who are ready to mentor those who want to contribute. Ask a question in our slack channel.

Join our Community meetings

We meet on every 3rd Wednesday of the month!

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Topics we discuss

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    SIG-Documentation Charter

  • and many more!

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Connect with SREs and Chaos Engineering enthusiasts.

See what’s happening in
the Litmus community

We update recordings of our events on YouTube. Subscribe to our channel for early updates on meeting recordings, tutorials, events and more

Community Events

Our resolve is to reach the global community and escalate the value of Cloud-Native Chaos Engineering among Kubernetes Developers and SREs. We organize meetups every month to reach out to the community. Join into one of our meetups and experience the real aura of Chaos. You can also conduct your own meetup, join our community, and put forward your idea.


We invite contributions in all forms. Join us in writing blogs on about experiments, features, and your experience. Use the #litmuschaos tag for your blog to get featured.

Contribute your chaos experiments

We are devoted to being an open source driven community and appeal to our community members to contribute chaos experiments, file issues, raise pull requests, and provide feedback to help enhance the user experience and bring in new enhancements to develop LitmusChaos.

Check out the page on Litmus repository for instructions on how to contribute. Feel free to discuss about your contributions on our slack channel.

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Create, Manage and Monitor Chaos on Kubernetes

Litmus is highly extensible and integrates with other tools to enable the creation of custom experiments. Kubernetes developers & SREs use Litmus to manage chaos in a declarative manner and find weaknesses in their applications and infrastructure

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