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Chaos Engineering: Immutable architectures

Immutable infrastructure is a model in which no updates, security patches, or configuration changes happen “in-place” on production systems. Immutable infrastructures are more consistent, reliable, and predictable; and they simplify many aspects of software development and operations by preventing common issues related to mutability. In this session, learn why immutable infrastructure is an important concept in software engineering, and see a demo of immutability in serverless architecture.

Adrian Hornsby, Principal Developer Advocate, Amazon Web Services

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