Amazon recently announced the availability of AWS Resilience Hub, a service designed to help customers define, measure, and manage the resilience of their applications in the cloud.
The service allows users to define recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO) goals and evaluate the configuration to ensure that it meets requirements. When working with Resilience Hub, there are four steps to reducing the time to recovery from a failure and the time that data could be lost after an incident: add the application to be evaluated, define the resilience policy, conduct an assessment and apply one of the following options to the recommendations.
Following the best practices of the AWS Well-Architected Framework, AWS Resilience Hub can discover applications served by AWS CloudFormation, including stacks across regions and accounts. Sébastien Stormacq, Principal Developer Advocate, explains how continuous resilience validation is achieved:
Resilience Hub also offers APIs for …