Philly ETE 2023 — Achieving Resiliency With A Multi-Cloud Or Multi-Region Approach — DaShaun Carter

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Abstract

Is your app alone and trembling in a dark, single-region of a cloud platform, suffering with failures, latency, and retry storms closing in on every side?

In this talk, you will learn how to modernize a single-region application, using a multiple-region or multi-cloud architecture.

You’ll see why connecting geographically distributed applications to data sources in a different region is an anti-pattern.

I’ll demonstrate how even destroying an entire region will prove the value of active-active level resilience. I will present a reference architecture for modern, geo-distributed applications that leverages Spring Boot, Spring Data Redis and Azure Front Door. The principles I cover will also apply to other stacks and platforms.

By the end of this interactive session, your apps will be able to shine bright with confidence, resiliency, and with no more fear or trembling.

About DaShaun Carter

DaShaun is a husband, father of four, volunteer, struggling athlete and Spring Developer Advocate at VMware Tanzu. Deliberately practicing to build, run, and manage, better software, faster.

About the Conference

The Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE) is the Mid-Atlantic’s premier developer’s conference. Entering its 17th year, we’ve brought world-class speakers — including some local favorites — to speak about leading-edge technologies being used today, and emerging technologies that will be important for attendees to know about in the near future.

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