Building High Resiliency into Digital Solutions


Duration: 25 mins
Suresh Reddy
Vice President - Digital and Innovation, Wells Fargo India

Building high resiliency into digital solutions is a critical requirement for good customer experience, particularly for financial institutions. In this session, you will learn how to architect and build a resilient system using NoSQL database and event fabric to achieve edge caching. This session explains why these specific technologies have been chosen to meet the goals. It also covers chaos engineering practices employed to validate the system resiliency that has been built.  

This session is of relevance to software architects and developers. By attending this session, you will gain an understanding of:

* How to build a resilient/highly available event based system using open source technologies while reducing the dependency on legacy systems
* How to leverage NoSQL databases, event streaming/processing technologies to build fault-tolerant digital applications

 

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