Achieving High Availability — Fault Tolerance

Writing such robust code that can make your application tolerate faults
  • Management at code level
  • Maintaining the services
  • Keeping the services independent
  • Integrating new Services
  • Updating/Bettering previous Services

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Software Engineer @Mint Technologies // I help engineers leverage from best engineering practices, roadmaps, product, management and team building.

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