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Breaking down your monolith into microservices — or starting fresh with a microservice architecture on a new project — is only half the battle. The next step is making your containerized microservice application fault tolerant and highly available, but how do you get there? How do you go from your local development machine to a production-grade cluster? See how container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes and Swarm can be essential assets for your production workloads, and learn how to replace bottlenecks and single points of failure with highly available, scalable microservice deployments.
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