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High Availability – a storage architecture

High Availability – a storage architecture

Hello all, so I’ve been doing a lot of work around availability in the cloud and how to build applications that are architected for resiliency. And one of the common elements that comes up, is how do I architecture for resiliency around storage. So the scenario is this, and its a common one, I need to be able to write new files to blob storage, and read from my storage accounts, and need it to be as resilient as possible….

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Weekly Links – 1/13/2020

Weekly Links – 1/13/2020

Well its officially 2020, and this year wasted absolutely no time getting moving. My kids activities started ramping up, and life moved at a sprint speed out of the gate. But down to the business.. Cloud: How to build and deploy a containerized app to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS): This is very topical for a lot of people. AKS has been gaining ground in this market and growing at a constant pace. And more and more containerized apps are becoming…

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RT? – Making Sense of High Availability

RT? – Making Sense of High Availability

Hello all, in keeping with the last post on the blog, I started doing some posts around High Availability, so ultimately the focus here is how do I architect my solution to ensure that is meets the availability demands of my customers. So odds are if you’ve started down this direction, you’ve heard 3 acronyms: SLA – Service Level Agreement RTO – Recovery Time Objective RPO – Recovery Point Objective So what do each of these items mean, and how…

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Keeping the lights on! – Architecting for availability?

Keeping the lights on! – Architecting for availability?

Hello all, It’s been a while since I did a blog post outside of the weekly updates. But I wanted to do one in terms of conversations that I’ve been having a lot lately and seems to be largely universal. High Availability. So more and more, software is becoming a critical part of every aspect of our lives. To that end, we really see as developers / engineers, the following scenarios have become a constant reality: For end customer software,…

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