References & useful resources

AWS Well-Architected Best Practices

Use bulkhead architectures: Like the bulkheads on a ship, this pattern ensures that a failure is contained to a small subset of requests/users so that the number of impaired requests is limited, and most can continue without error. Bulkheads for data are usually called partitions or shards, while bulkheads for services are known as cells.

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With completion of this lab you have learned several best practices. Consider how you can implement these, and update the Well-Architected Review for your workloads: REL 10 How do you use fault isolation to protect your workload? - Use bulkhead architectures