AWS re:Invent 2016: Design Patterns for High Availability: Lessons from Amazon CloudFront (CTD303)

At AWS, the availability of our services is non-negotiable. While building our own services, such as Amazon CloudFront, we learn from and develop our own design patterns for high availability. In this session, we review several of these design patterns, and we show how you can implement the patterns in your own services or applications built on top of AWS using services such as Amazon Kinesis, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, or AWS Lambda.

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