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This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down
Before we discuss specific techniques to keep your site constantly available, we need to accept a difficult reality: Downtime is inevitable. Even Google was offline in 2015, and if the single largest website can’t get 100 percent uptime, you can be sure it’s impossible for your company to do so too. Instead of trying to prevent downtime, reframe your thinking and do everything you can to make sure your service is as usable as possible even while failure occurs, and then recover from it as quickly as possible.

Here’s how to architect an application to isolate failure, recover rapidly from downtime, and scale in the face of heavy load. (Though this is only a brief overview: there are plenty of great resources online for more detailed descriptions. For example, don’t be afraid to dive into your cloud provider’s documentation. It’s the single best source for discovering all the amazing things they can do for you.

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go DownInfographic by: appdynamics.com

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This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down #infographic

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go Down
Before we discuss specific techniques to keep your site constantly available, we need to accept a difficult reality: Downtime is inevitable. Even Google was offline in 2015, and if the single largest website can’t get 100 percent uptime, you can be sure it’s impossible for your company to do so too. Instead of trying to prevent downtime, reframe your thinking and do everything you can to make sure your service is as usable as possible even while failure occurs, and then recover from it as quickly as possible.

Here’s how to architect an application to isolate failure, recover rapidly from downtime, and scale in the face of heavy load. (Though this is only a brief overview: there are plenty of great resources online for more detailed descriptions. For example, don’t be afraid to dive into your cloud provider’s documentation. It’s the single best source for discovering all the amazing things they can do for you.

This Is How Amazon’s Servers Rarely Go DownInfographic by: appdynamics.com

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