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Category: AWS Resilience Hub

Build a resilience reporting dashboard with AWS Resilience Hub and Amazon QuickSight

You might have heard the phrase “10,000 foot view” at some point during your career. This typically refers to having a broad, high-level understanding of a system or organization’s technology infrastructure and how all its components fit together. It is a way of looking at the big picture without getting bogged down in the details. […]

Enhance Amazon EKS Containerized Application Resilience with AWS Resilience Hub

Enhance Amazon EKS Containerized Application Resilience with AWS Resilience Hub

Building and managing resilient, micro-service based Containerized applications in a distributed environment is hard; maintaining and operating them is even harder. Even though containerized applications running on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) take advantage of the performance, scale, reliability, and availability of AWS infrastructure which, we need to understand that failures will occur and […]

How to use the AWS Resilience Hub score

Time to read 10 minutes Time to complete 1 hour Cost to complete $15 per day (WordPress Multi-AZ application, AWS ResilienceHub Application and recommendations Learning level 200 – Intermediate Services used AWS ResilienceHub, AWS CloudFormation, Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Fault Injection Simulator AWS Resilience Hub provides a central place to define, validate, and track the resiliency […]

How to use Resilience Hub’s Fault Injection Experiments to test application’s resilience

In this post, you’ll learn how to utilize AWS Fault Injection Simulator (AWS FIS) and AWS Resilience Hub to refactor a simple serverless application. Resilience Hub lets you define, validate, and track the resiliency of your AWS application. Resilience Hub integrates with AWS FIS, a chaos engineering service, to provide fault-injection simulations of real-world failures. These […]

Validating and Improving the RTO and RPO Using AWS Resilience Hub

“Everything fails, all the time”, a famous quote from Werner Vogels, VP and CTO of When you design and build an application, a typical goal is to have it working, the next is to keep it running, no matter what disruptions may occur. It is crucial to achieve resiliency, but you need to consider […]

Establishing RPO and RTO Targets for Cloud Applications

Determining how to protect and recover an application can often be easier than determining how quickly your business needs that application recovered. Establishing the correct recovery objective targets at an application level is a critical part of business continuity planning, though. This blog is intended to help customers as they establish or reevaluate recovery targets, […]