Practical Design Patterns for Building Applications Resilient to Infrastructure Failure

June 23, 2017

Speaker: Feng Qu, Sr MTS, eBay 
Level: 200 (Intermediate)
Track: Developer

Building applications resilient to infrastructure failure is essential to systems that run in distributed environments, including those with a MongoDB database. For example, failure can come from computer resources, such as nodes, network switches, or the entire data center. On occasion, MongoDB nodes may be marked down by Operations to perform administrative tasks, such as a software upgrade, adding extra capacity, etc.

In this session, we will discuss how to build resilient applications using appropriate design patterns suitable to enterprise class MongoDB applications.

What You Will Learn:

How to manage updates within a resilient architecture.

Design patterns for resilient applications.

Practical advice for deploying resilient enterprise applications.

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