Rock Mutchler shares best practices for designing and deploying resilient, fault-tolerant systems on AWS and offers deep dives into managed versus unmanaged services, monitoring and observability, high-availability design patterns, fault-tolerant and self-healing systems, disaster recovery and business continuity approaches, and DDoS mitigation.
Rock Mutchler has architected, worked on, and managed many high profile applications over the last 18 years—everything from 100-user sites that cater to a specialized niche needs to sites that deliver a responsive and unique environment to millions of users a day. Rock is on the cutting edge of development operations and brings a unique and multifaceted perspective to maximize the value of every client’s investment. He is frequently called in to fight fires and put teams back on a well-oiled and efficient path for future successes and has worked on some of the most well-known brands in the world, including, Activision, Apple, eBay, Paypal, LiveNation, Verizon, Starbucks, the NASA Ames Research Center, Shutterfly, NameCheap, Career Builder, ustream.tv, Facebook, TheRealReal.com, Signatures Network, u2.com, Kiss.com, and 200 other music and fan sites—the list goes on and on, reaching as far back as Friendster. Rock is also widely known and respected as a performance expert in the PHP community. Contributing back to the open source community, Rock ran two San Francisco Bay Area PHP user groups that he built to over 1,000 members in little over a year.
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