Five Keys to Building High Availability Web Applications
Date: This event took place live on February 24 2016
Presented by: Lee Atchison
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Building a scalable application that has high availability is not easy and does not come automatically. To that end, this webcast focuses on five keys that will help build applications that, as their use scales upwards, availability remains high.
Here are the five keys:
About Lee Atchison
Lee Atchison has 28 years of experience and committed his career to architecting and building high scale, cloud-based, service oriented, SaaS applications. He has a specific expertise in building highly available systems. Lee is a Principal Engineer and Architecture Lead at New Relic. During the last four years at New Relic, he designed and lead the building of the New Relic platform and infrastructure products, and helped New Relic architect a solid service-based system architecture that scales as they have grown from a simple SaaS startup to a high traffic public enterprise. Lee learned cloud-based, scalable systems during his seven years as a Senior Manager and Principal Program Manager at Amazon.com. At Amazon, he led the creation of the company's first software download store (app store), created AWS Elastic Beanstalk offering (Platform as a Service), and lead the team that managed the migration of Amazon's retail platform from a monolith to an SOA-based architecture.