Back to Basics: Static Stability Using a Circuit Breaker Pattern

Published on 25 May 2023, 18:14
Static stability refers to your system not needing to react or do anything different to make up for any lost functionality. The things involved to make changes to a system are control plane actions, like creating a new EC2 instance if one fails. Control plane actions can have many moving parts which lowers their chance of success especially during a failure. So how do we make our system more resilient? Join Peter as he walks you through an architectural pattern to build your system to rely on data plane actions to isolate problem areas.   

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