AWS re:Post Live - Tracking and Verifying Recovery Objects with AWS Resilience Hub

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Submit your questions for our next AWS re:Post Live show on March 11th!

Note: This episode aired on March 11th. You can watch the recording on demand by clicking the image at the bottom of this article.

Welcome to our very first AWS re:Post Live re:Quests Article! Add a question in the comments section below for our speakers to address live on during next week's live show. If your question is selected you will be awarded 5 re:Post points! If another user has asked a question that you would also like to see answered, give them an upvote and we'll address each question based on interest.

Join us on Monday, March 11th at 11 am PST / 2 pm EST on Twitch where Technical Account Manager Sean Tallman, Technical Account Manager Mallik Batta, and Sr. Technical Account Manager Stephen Heverin will be discussing Tracking and Verifying Recovery Objectives with AWS Resilience Hub.

AWS Resilience Hub is a central location in the AWS Console for you to manage and improve the resilience posture of your applications on AWS. AWS Resilience Hub enables you to define your resilience goals, assess your resilience posture against those goals, and implement recommendations for improvement based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework. Within AWS Resilience Hub, you can also create and run AWS Fault Injection Service (AWS FIS) experiments, which mimic real-life disruptions to your application to help you better understand dependencies and uncover potential weaknesses.

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