With open-source technologies present in everything from containerization to microservices orchestration, developing performant applications can get complex, fast. And with the added stress of big data, microservices, and applications, are bound to fail. So, how can development teams create microservices applications that are highly-available, yet resistant to failure?
Join Rod Cope, CTO at Perforce Software as he discusses the techniques used to balance these needs for performant microservices applications, including how to:
- Plan for application resiliency by identifying potential failure points.
- Use resilience patterns like circuit breaker and bulkhead.
- Use blue/green, canary, and feature flag releases.
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