Tag Archives: Recovery Oriented Computing

I recently found this slideshare about how to run a post-mortem here: Post Mortems for Humans I am personally a firm believer that if you want a reliable, problem-resistant system, you have to incrementally improve by asking questions and systematically eradicating … Continue reading

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Musings on Recovery Oriented Computing: Part 2

This is the second post related to Recovery Oriented Computing.  Here’s where you can find the first one.  I’m also throwing in another scalability/resiliency topic not from ROC. Design for Failure “If a problem has no solution, it may not … Continue reading

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Musings on Recovery Oriented Computing: Part 1

Photo by Tim Green aka atoach “a safe structure will be the one whose weakest link is never overloaded by the greatest force to which the structure is subjected” Petroski 1992 A couple years ago, I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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