Coyote is a set of libraries and tools for building reliable asynchronous software. Coyote ensures design and code remain in sync, dramatically simplifying the addition of new features. Coyote comes with with a systematic testing engine that allows finding and deterministically reproducing hard-to-find safety and liveness bugs.
Coyote is used by several teams in Azure to design, implement and systematically test production distributed systems and services. In the words of an Azure service architect:
Coyote found several issues early in the dev process, this sort of issues that would usually bleed through into production and become very expensive to fix later.
See our documentation for more information about the project, case studies, tutorials and reference documentation.
Coyote is made with ❤️ by Microsoft Research and is the evolution of the P# project.
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