Skill Level Intermediate
- [Mark] Hi, it's Mark Wilkins and I am leading you through the Well-Architected Framework. That is, if you would like to be led through the Well-Architected Framework, and if so we're going to look at reliability. That's the concept of having an application, which is always reliable. And if it's going to be reliable, it has to be resilient. And if it's resilient, well, then we need failover. So we have to design that resilience and failover for our applications hosted at AWS. And since hundreds of thousands of customers have done so, and Amazon has kept track as to what they're doing. They've got some great best practices. Which brings us to the reliability pillar. How do I make my applications reliable, and resilient? Well, that's what we're going to take a look at. We'll look at what goes on to make an application resilient in the cloud. Some of the key services, take a look at the architecture, the change management, and the failure management that you'll have to do to make your application run the way you want it to. So I hope you'll join me in the reliability pillar, and learn about how you can make your applications running at AWS, bulletproof, reliable and resilient.