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Implementing Cloud Design Patterns for AWS by Marcus Young

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Chapter 9. Patterns for Operation and Maintenance

Many of the patterns discussed in this book so far have been focused on very narrow paths through problems encountered in the Cloud, as well as a few areas where it is possible to boost resiliency to different types of service interruptions. In this chapter, we will take a small step back, and focus on a few advanced patterns that many teams have implemented in different forms to solve core operational issues. In this chapter, we will touch on:

  • Bootstrap pattern: Dynamically pulling settings or initialization steps on startup.
  • Cloud dependency injection pattern: Injecting information to the machine through external means.
  • Stack deployment pattern: Deploying entire stacks of applications in a single ...

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