Resiliency Design Patterns for the Cloud in .NET

In this session we look at resiliency in application development and how to embrace failure in our systems instead of trying to avoid it. We will review the most useful patterns for building resilient applications such as graceful degradation, timeouts and circuit breakers and then finally introduce chaos engineering and show how software developers can benefit from breaking things on purpose. Audience members will leave with an understanding of how to build more resilient applications and a number of patterns that they can apply to their own software development projects.
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Martin Beeby