Saturday 10th May, 2014
9:00am to 9:40am
Companies spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on the uptime of their server infrastructure. They strive for five nines of availability, measuring their SLAs to the second, waking engineers up in the middle of the night the moment a GET request is a few hundred milliseconds slow.
In this session we'll talk about how to architect client-side code for resilience. When things go wrong (as they often do on the web) how can we still deliver a useful and timely experience to users? How can we prioritize the loading of core content? How can we deal with resources that get lost on the network? What can we learn about the way browsers parse and display web pages to keep them loading in the most reliable way possible?
Engineering at Brandwatch. Formerly Twitter, Guardian, Clearleft, Microsoft, Multimap.
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