My new article, A Crash Course In Failure, has just been published on the architecture site NPlus1. In it, I examine the surprisingly persuasive argument that unplugging entire racks of live, production servers is not only a good idea, but that shutting them down any other way is a mistake, and what this means for how we design software.
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