Friday 28th February, 2014
2:15pm to 3:00pm
If we are going to build data-intensive business on top of cloud services, we need to prepare for the inevitable: usually some part of the system we build will be in a state of failure, often silently.
Trouble is, we all want to rely more and more on huge amounts of data. What do we when that data goes away thanks to some flaky cloud service?
By embracing the inevitability of failure, we can build resilient distributed systems that cope gracefully when things suddenly disappear and allow us to make us of the huge amounts of data the world throws at us.
In this talk, I'll look at strategies and techniques for building systems that rely totally on massive amounts of data and cope with the failures that come from relying not just on cloud services but computing generally.
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