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Category: Regions

Resilience patterns and trade-offs

Understand resiliency patterns and trade-offs to architect efficiently in the cloud

Architecting workloads to achieve your resiliency targets can be a balancing act. Firms designing for resilience on cloud often need to evaluate multiple factors before they can decide the most optimal architecture for their workloads. Example Corp has multiple applications with varying criticality, and each of their applications have different needs in terms of resiliency, […]

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Architecture showing extended Web Application Deployment to China

Field Notes: Extend Your Web Application Deployment to the China Region Using AWS Direct Connect

Organizations running workloads on AWS often want to take advantage of the AWS global footprint to expand operations globally. Web applications hosted in a single AWS Region can be reached worldwide, but latency issues can negatively affect performance and the user experience. Web applications are often powered by underlying databases, such as a database running […]

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