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Architectural Resiliency

A session at NFJS New England Software Symposium

Friday 18th March, 2016

3:15pm to 4:45pm (EST)

Regardless of the techniques used to make an enterprise solution Highly Available (HA), failure at some point inevitable. Resiliency is how fast a system reacts and then recovers to such failures. This session will cover a number of techniques and patterns such as Intelligent Agents, Tolerant Reader, and Circuit Breaker, for addressing architectural resiliency.

Failure of Highly Available (HA) enterprise solutions is inevitable. But in today's highly interconnected global economy uptime is critical. The impact of downtime is magnified when factoring in Service Level Agreement (SLA) penalties and lost revenue. Even more harmful is the damage to an organizations reputation as angry customers vent their frustrations on Social Media.

Resiliency, the neglected step-child of Availability, is often an after thought. Yet an enterprise solution without Resiliency is not truly HA. This session will cover a number of architectural resiliency techniques and patterns such as Intelligent Agents, Tolerant Reader, and Circuit Breaker. Applying these techniques to an enterprise solution will increase Mean Time to Failure (MTTF), a.k.a Fault Tolerance and decrease Mean Time to Recovery (MTTR).

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Jeremy Deane

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Time 3:15pm4:45pm EST

Date Fri 18th March 2016

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