Keeping a System Running Forever

Fred Hebert http://www.chicagoerlang.com/fred-hebert.html Systems that fail cost a lot of money. We want systems that stay running and do the work they were design to do. How do you build systems that keep going? Forever? In this talk Fred will share his extensive experience with keeping systems alive, running, and fighting the good fight.

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