Tumbler Websites, or Welcome to the FailOver Conference on April 4

    “Quickly raised is not considered to have fallen!” (popular wisdom)

    The concept of “FailOver” should be familiar to any competent system administrator. Redundant servers, channels, scenarios of fast switching to spare equipment ... In a word - fault tolerance.

    It is generally accepted that such a serious approach to organizing the operation of an online service is necessary only for large sites with millions of hits per day. Such projects have a staff of harsh bearded admins and round-the-clock emergency response services during crashes.

    About multiserver configurations, geo-distributed clusters, a lot is written on the same Habré, specialized conferences are held (the same HighLoad ++, for example).

    But what about medium and small projects? For them, all this can be too complicated and expensive, and ensuring fault tolerance is no less important. A “fallen” online store will lose customers and real money.

    If you want to know how not to “fall” (or - at least - quickly rise :)) - come or participate online in the FailOver Conference on April 4 !

    Details - under the cut.

    Any, even a small or medium-sized online store should always be available to its visitors (otherwise they will simply leave and never return); SaaS services, especially business applications (CRM, intranet, mail) should be "online" 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

    The goal of the FailOver Conference- show the owners and technical directors of Internet projects the possible risks in the design, launch and operation of the site; talk about the nuances of the reservation of "iron" and "cloud" infrastructure; Share fail-safe development experiences teach not only to launch a project, give it life, but also to successfully operate and develop it.

    • Failover economics: how many “nines” should you strive for and how much will it cost?
    • “Iron” or “cloud” - which is more reliable? And is that true?
    • How to design a site so that it doesn’t “kill” itself?
    • How to organize a monitoring system? And is she needed at all?
    • How often do backups - regularly or just before an accident? How to conduct “exercises” on recovery?
    • How to protect yourself from DDoS?

    Conference speakers - developers and architects of cloud services, system administrators of hosting providers, experienced DBAs, leading developers of web studios specializing in complex projects.

    Participation in the conference is paid, 3000 rubles. For personal participation, you must register and pay for your participation .

    For everyone who can’t personally attend the event, a free online broadcast will be organized .

    Unstable work, crashes, non-loading pages, a project closed for the time of scheduled maintenance work - forget about it as a nightmare!

    For the first 5 habrayuzers who wrote to me in a personal - promotional codes with a 50% discount for personal participation in the conference!

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