In this inaugural episode of the Armchair Architect series of the Azure Enablement Show, David Blank-Edelman is joined by Uli Homann, Microsoft Corporative Vice President and Distinguished Architect, and Eric Charran, Chief Architect at Microsoft to discuss cloud architecture concepts like resiliency and self-healing.
- Reliability patterns – Cloud Design Patterns | Microsoft Docs
- Failure mode analysis – Azure Architecture Center | Microsoft Docs
- Design for self-healing – Azure Application Architecture Guide | Microsoft Docs
- Design principles for Azure applications – Azure Architecture Center | Microsoft Docs
[01:19] What do resilience and self-healing mean?
[02:07] How is resiliency different from fault-tolerance and self-healing?
[04:31] Is resiliency a binary state? What’s a good analogy?
[06:59] What do we do from an architectural standpoint to properly handle a degraded state?
[08:42] As an example, how is Netflix managing issues such as degraded connectivity?
[11:50] This is a great conversation. Where do we go from here?
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