The Chaos Engineering acceptance and maturity within an organisation

Available 2022-03-14 – 2022-05-29
Contact person Linda Petersson, employed at

A Chaos Engineering survey about acceptance and maturity within an organisation

Hi, my name is Linda and I'm currently conducting my Master's thesis in Information Systems at Uppsala University. I would be very grateful and glad if you would like to respond to the survey. It will take approximately about 10 - 15 minutes.

Chaos Engineering is the discipline of experimenting on a software system in production in order to build confidence in the system's capability to withstand turbulent and unexpected conditions. Chaos Engineering is becoming more popular and therefore this study has been conducted to measure the acceptance and maturity of Chaos Engineering within an organisation.

Thank you in advance.

1.
In which sector is your organisation? - Required

Clarification for Question 1

Sector definitions:

Communication Services
Contains companies that provide content, such as information, advertising, entertainment, news, and social media, delivered on networks, primarily through internet, broadband, cellular, cable, and land lines.

Consumer Discretionary
Contains businesses that are more sensitive to economic cycles, including makers of automobiles, household durable goods, leisure equipment, and textiles and apparel. Also covers services such as hotels, restaurants, and other leisure facilities, as well as retailing.

Consumer Staples
Covers businesses that are less sensitive to economic cycles, including manufacturers and distributors of food, beverages and tobacco, and producers of non-durable household goods and personal products. Also includes food and drug retailers.

Energy
Covers companies engaged in the exploration and production, refining and marketing, and storage and transportation of oil and gas, and coal and consumable fuels. Also includes companies that offer oil and gas equipment and services.

Financials
Includes banks and thrifts, as well as providers of diversified financial services, specialized finance, consumer finance, asset management and custody of securities, investment banking and brokerage services, capital markets services, financial exchanges, data and analytics, insurance underwriters and brokers, and mortgage REITs.

Health Care
Includes health care providers and services, companies that manufacture and distribute health care equipment and supplies, and health care technology companies. Also includes pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.

Industrials
Includes manufacturers and distributors of capital goods such as building products, electrical equipment and machinery, and aerospace and defense products. Includes providers of commercial services such as construction and engineering, printing, environmental services, human resource services, research and consulting services, and transportation services.

Information Technology
Covers companies that offer software and information technology consulting and data processing, excluding internet services and home entertainment. Includes manufacturers and distributors of technology hardware and equipment such as communications equipment, cell phones, computers, electronic equipment, and semiconductors.

Materials
Includes companies that manufacture chemicals, construction materials, glass, paper, forest products and related packaging products, and metals, minerals and mining companies, including producers of steel.

Real Estate
Includes companies operating in real estate management and development activities, and equity real estate investment trusts (REITs), including diversified, industrial, hotel and resort, office, health care, residential, rental, and specialized REITs, but excluding mortgage REITs.

Utilities
Includes utility companies such as electric, gas, and water utilities. Also includes independent power producers, energy traders, and companies that generate and distribute electricity using renewable sources.

2.
What is your title at your organisation? - Required
3.
How many employees has your organisation? - Required
4.
What is the organisations turnover? - Required
5.
Do you work with Chaos Engineering? - Required
6.
Which Chaos Engineering tools have you been working with? - Required
7.
For how long have you been working with Chaos Engineering? - Required
8.
How much of the organisation participates in Chaos Engineering? - Required
9.
Within your organisation, to what extent do your organisation practice Chaos Engineering? - Required
10.
To what extent are the organisation systems covered by chaos engineering? - Required
11.
Within your organisation how does Chaos Engineering operate in production? - Required
12.
Within your organisation, how is Chaos Engineering setup? - Required
13.
Within your organisation, what do the results reflect? - Required
14.
Using Chaos Engineering enables me to quickly uncover vulnerabilities and weaknesses within a complex system - Required
15.
Using Chaos Engineering improves my job performance - Required
16.
Using Chaos Engineering in my job would increase my productivity - Required
17.
Using Chaos Engineering would enhance my effectiveness on the job - Required
18.
Using Chaos Engineering would make it easier to do my job - Required
19.
I would find Chaos Engineering useful in my job - Required
20.
Learning to operate Chaos Engineering would be easy for me - Required
21.
I would find it easy to get Chaos Engineering to do what I want it to do - Required
22.
My interaction with Chaos Engineering would be clear and understandable - Required
23.
I would find Chaos Engineering to be flexible to interact with - Required
24.
It would be easy for me to become skillful at using Chaos Engineering - Required
25.
I would find Chaos Engineering easy to use - Required