Planning and Architecting for Reliability

Don’t wait for an incident to start focusing on the reliability of your systems. Join this two-part series to take a proactive approach to reliability, so you can prevent incidents from happening in the first place.

First, we’ll map dependencies and uncover failure points to identify where to improve reliability. Next, we’ll take action to improve reliability by running tests to fortify the technologies in your stack and build resilience to common failure modes.

Part 1: September 24 • 11AM PT

Part 2: October 22 • 11AM PT

By registering, you’ll get access to both sessions in this two-part series. Recordings will be available.

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About this webinar

The reliability of your systems is crucial, but can often be put on the back burner until an incident occurs. We’ll walk through how to take a proactive approach to reliability so you can find and fix weaknesses before they become incidents.

You’ll walk away having identified vulnerabilities, knowing how to test them for failure, and how to prioritize your reliability efforts across services.

Part 1: Planning for Reliability
  • Lay the foundation for reliability by better understanding our complex, multi-layered architectures
  • Map dependencies in a single view and identify failure points
Part 2: Architecting for Reliability
  • Put reliability plans into action by testing our dependencies and vulnerabilities.
  • Learn how to test the technologies in your stack against common failure modes.
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