Last week's Amazon Web Services outage might have outsmarted Netflix's Chaos Monkeys, but the content-distribution giant isn't about to turn its back on cloud computing. According to a Friday blog post from the Netflix (s nflx) cloud team, the outage (which started with a generator failure and resulted in a cascading bug that took down AWS's (s amzn) Elastic Load Balancer feature) exposed some flaws in Netflix's operations both within and beyond its control, but it was a relatively small blip in what has been better overall availability since the company made the move entirely to the cloud.
Netflix: 'We're bullish on the cloud' despite outage
July 6, 2012 by Leave a Comment
I'm grateful for the transparency of Netflix. This helps the overall cloud community understand to complexity of building redundant architectures built on public cloud resources.