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Regional Failover and Disaster Recovery in Azure
by Anne Bougie
at 3:00 pm
In recent years there have been instances where the Internet is not available across broad geographical regions. One of the benefits of moving to the cloud is being able to utilize geo-redundancy for disaster recovery. Azure has a bewildering array of tools and services available, but the devil is in the details, and using the wrong tool for the job could be, well, disastrous. This session will cover the services and their trade-offs. We will demonstrate a working example of a coordinated solution that gracefully fails over with minimal disruption to the end user.
About the author: Anne Bougie is a Senior Software Developer at Concurrency, Inc. Anne has been in software development since the mid-90s in many different roles including developer, architect, business analyst, tester, project manager and teacher. She has expertise in a variety of languages and platforms and enjoys speaking as an opportunity to break down complex technical topics to help other understand them. She has been developing for the cloud since 2009. When she is not coding, she is either maintaining her beehives or playing with Arduino projects for beekeeping.