×

Register Here

First Name
Last Name
Company Name
Country
CDN Province
US State
India State
AU State
Phone Number
Job Role
Job Title
Industry
Postal Code
This information is associated with my:
Compliance Opt-in
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!

Reliability, consistency, and confidence through immutability (Level 300)

Immutable infrastructure is a model in which no updates, security patches, or configuration changes happen "in-place" on production systems. If any change is needed, a new version of the architecture is built and deployed into production. Since changes aren't allowed in immutable infrastructure, you can be sure about the deployed system's state. Immutable infrastructures are more consistent, reliable, and predictable, and they simplify many aspects of software development and operations by preventing common issues related to mutability. In this session, we define and go through the hands-on demos, deep dive into the topic and explain why immutable infrastructure is a vital software engineering concept.

Rohini Gaonkar, Senior Developer Advocate, AISPL

Download slides, demo 1 and demo 2

Previous Video
Handle errors and retries for event-driven applications and workflows (Level 400)
Handle errors and retries for event-driven applications and workflows (Level 400)

In this session, we dive into the issues and error modes of synchronous coordination and best practices to ...

Next Video
How to design secure multi-tenant architectures (SaaS) (Level 400)
How to design secure multi-tenant architectures (SaaS) (Level 400)

How can you solve the major challenges of multi-tenant (SaaS) environments such as tenant isolation, permis...