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CMP325-R - [REPEAT] Using Amazon EBS to build highly resilient applications

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Storage architecture is a central consideration for building highly available and fault-tolerant applications in the cloud. Proper configuration of Amazon EBS deployment enables organizations to achieve the high resiliency they need for their mission-critical applications that use block storage. In this chalk talk, we share example design patterns and key techniques for building application resiliency, such as asynchronous volume replication across availability zones and the use of CloudEndure for disaster recovery.

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300 - Advanced
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