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Modern systems can fail in spectacular ways. Failure isn’t a question of if, but when. Resilient systems can endure and gracefully recover from failures, but ensuring your system has these properties requires thought and some deliberate architectural decisions. Join me in this talk as I attempt to find answers in academic research and industry to build a more robust system. I will also share the lessons learned while applying these patterns at Fastly and key takeaways that you can carry to your own systems.
Architecture, Patterns, Resilience, Distributed Systems, Robustness
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Architectural Patterns of Resilient Distributed Systems
Sr. Director of Engineering, Data Engineer Fastly