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Workload Check

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Checks the state of a given workload in New Relic.
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New Relic Workloads
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Workload Check

Checks the state of a given workload in New Relic.
Check

Check

Targets:
New Relic Workloads
Install now

Workload Check

Check

Check

Checks the state of a given workload in New Relic.
Targets:
New Relic Workloads
Install now

Workload Check

Checks the state of a given workload in New Relic.
Check

Check

Targets:
New Relic Workloads
Install now
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Introduction

When executing chaos experiments, you may want to check the status of a workload in New Relic are popping up. Or the opposite.

The workload check step can be dragged&dropped into the experiment editor. The action needs one or more New Relic workloads to be selected as targets. Once done, you can use it to collect information about the state of the New Relic workload and, optionally, to verify that they are within the expected condition.

Experiments can be aborted and marked as failed when the workload check's actual state diverges from the expected state. This helps to implement pre-/post-conditions and invariants. For example, to only start an experiment when the system is healthy.

Use Cases

  • Pre-/postcondition or invariant for any experiment.
  • Verify that incidents are triggered during experiments.

Parameters

ParameterDescriptionDefault
DurationHow long should steadybit check the state of the workload ?30s
Expected StatesWhich states are expected?"OPERATIONAL", "CRITICAL", "UNKNOWN", "DISRUPTED", "DEGRADED"
Condition Check ModeHow often should the status be expected. "At least once" or "All the time""All the time"
Statistics
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New Relic
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Observability
Monitoring
Homepage
hub.steadybit.com/extension/com.steadybit.extension_newrelic
License
MIT
MaintainerSteadybit

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