Resiliency

Designing a Retry Mechanism for Resilient Spring Boot Applications  

Designing a Retry Mechanism for Resilient Spring Boot Applications  

Building a resilient application requires readiness for unexpected database issues, such as temporary network glitches or brief database unavailability, ensuring they don’t affect functionality. In this blog, I’ll demonstrate setting up a solid retry mechanism and manage transactions effectively in a Spring Boot application using YugabyteDB.

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Discover the Final Way to Cut Cloud Costs in 2024

Discover the Final Way to Cut Cloud Costs in 2024

The cloud revolution, initially promising for application scaling, falls short in database scalability, facing challenges with concurrent user management and processing. To truly harness cloud benefits and meet peak demands, organizations must consider horizontally scalable, cloud-native databases over traditional, monolithic SQL systems.

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Spot the 6 Red Flags That Your Ecommerce Website Might Crash

Spot the 6 Red Flags That Your Ecommerce Website Might Crash

This blog highlights six moments that will increase the risk of an ecommerce website crash. Using examples, it illustrates the short- and long-term financial and reputational impact of such crashes, showing how by modernizing the data layer retailers can ensure site resilience, scalability, and consistent high performance and safeguard their share of the growing eCommerce market.

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Announcing YugabyteDB Managed’s Transformative Updates for Resilience, Monitoring, Security, and Scalability

Announcing YugabyteDB Managed’s Transformative Updates for Resilience, Monitoring, Security, and Scalability

YugabyteDB Managed introduces five transformative updates, including the ability to create multi-region clusters on Microsoft Azure, unified monitoring with external metrics export, enhanced security with AWS or Azure Privatelink, increased fault tolerance, and flexible read replica scaling for optimal price-performance.

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How Plume Handled Billions of Operations Per Day Despite an AWS Zone Outage

How Plume Handled Billions of Operations Per Day Despite an AWS Zone Outage

Enterprises deploy YugabyteDB clusters across multiple availability zones (AZs) in order to ensure continuous availability of their business-critical services even when faced with cloud infrastructure failures like zone outages. On November 12, 2019, there was one such outage of an entire availability zone in the eu-central-1 region of AWS. This was reported on the AWS status page on that day, along with an official update.

In this post, we are going to look at how a Yugabyte customer,

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