Designing for Failure at the Global Infrastructure Level

Intermediate
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In this lesson, we provide insight into how to utilize the AWS global infrastructure to your advantage, allowing you to design for failure.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this lesson, you will have a greater understanding of how to design for failure to help with high availability using the AWS global infrastructure, including availability zones and regions.

Intended Audience

This lesson has been primarily created for solution architects, operational engineers, and anyone looking to sit an Associate certification with AWS.

Prerequisites

This is an intermediate-level lesson. To get the most from this lesson, you should have a general understanding of networking services in AWS in addition to availability zones and regions.

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