Presentation: Best Practices Building Resilient Systems

Track: Architecting for Failure

Location: Fleming, 3rd flr.

Duration: 2:55pm - 3:45pm

Day of week: Wednesday

Level: Intermediate

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Architecting for Failure covers the challenges (both technical and organizational) of constantly improving service delivery of a growing global company with a 24x7x365 service redundancy requirement.

The talk focuses on best practices and lessons learned in building resilient systems. Topics discussed include: multi-cloud positioning, geo-location strategies, best-of-breed provider mix consideration, organizational structure/hacking, and, of course, lessons implementing a comprehensive tech stack.

The talk wraps up by discussing approaches to reasoning about highly complicated systems in such a way as to identify even the most isolated technology challenges common in a modern organization.

Speaker: Pablo Jensen

CTO @Sportradar

Pablo Jensen is CTO at Sportradar and comes from a background of consultancy, web publishing technology and IT management. His other experiences ranges across diverse technical fields in Thomson Reuters and Technical Advisor for EQT. Sportradar is a global provider of live sports data, game stories and live sport streams offered through a variety of API’s and frontend solutions for the global betting, sport media and sport federation environment.

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