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Implementing Cloud Design Patterns for AWS by Marcus Young

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Chapter 11. Throw-away Environments

Throughout this book, we covered many patterns that can be applied to scenarios, but are flexible in many ways. They can be mixed and matched, even stacked to create very cool setups. This is only one piece of the much larger puzzle, however, of getting into the Cloud mindset.

My assumption for this book is that you, the reader, have already moved many resources out into the AWS infrastructure. One thing we have not discussed is how to continue after the migration is complete. Perhaps the application was shifted there, and it is now running perfectly and can mend itself when problems are encountered.

From here, though, the questions shift to a whole different set of problems and issues. Perhaps the application ...

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