Amazon EKS provides a managed Kubernetes service so you can offload your containerized workloads, and free up time to focus on top-line business objectives. However, you still need to ensure your workloads are resilient, and it helps to have a strategy in place before migration. There is complexity to consider, and preparation is key. By testing hypotheses with Chaos Engineering, you can shield your workloads and ensure your system is resilient. Remember it is not about causing failures for failures sake but ensuring that your Kubernetes cluster is set up to be as successful as possible in Amazon EKS.