Consider all aspects of HA design, service cost, labor cost, and others.
- [Instructor] You're hearing me talk…quite a bit about cost of availability…and that's because it's very important…when you're designing for availability…that you understand the cost implications.…I've, again, seen quite a lot of strife between teams…where you have on one side the IT and DevOps teams…really wanting that high availability,…but not being able to communicate effectively…to the business side about the cost…to establish that availability.…It really should be a hand-in-hand partnership…between the DevOps team and the business team…with a very clear communication,…starting with the availability goals or the nines.…
So what is the true cost of availability?…Like I was talking about in the previous movie,…we wanna look at which regions offer which services.…Also be aware that services…can have different costs in different regions.…So you need to do your cost forecasting…for the particular regions.…Then you need to look at the cost…of high availability for serverless…versus virtual server-based services.…
- Understanding high availability (HA)
- Preparing for HA
- Designing for HA
- Understanding continuous deployment (CD)
- Types of verification tests used in CD
- Server mutability and CD
- Implementing CD
- Advanced CD pipeline techniques
- CD pipeline with Step Functions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Understanding High Availability
2. Design for High Availability
HA for a big data pipeline5m 51s
3. Understanding Continuous Deployment
4. Implementing Continuous Delivery
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