This SkillsCast is currently only available to registered attendees of iSAQB Software Architecture Gathering — Digital 2022
It will be freely available to all Skills Matter members once the iSAQB Software Architecture Gathering — Digital 2022 early-access window expires on November 16, 2023.
Resilient software design is a topic that became popular in the recent years. But it is much older than most people think and it is a much bigger topic than most people think. In this session, we will first look at the past, from the origins of resilient software design to today. Then we will look at resilience today: What it means and how it affects us in our professional lives way beyond just software design. How the tool landscape changed. What we can delegate to the infrastructure level and why we cannot delegate everything to the infrastructure level. How our functional design decisions affect how resilient our applications can be. Finally, we will look at the unsolved challenges of resilient software design. We will look at emerging concepts that will become more relevant in the future and explore the resilience road ahead of us.
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