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Lesson IT can learn from Netflix's high availability testing

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The major lesson IT can learn from Netflix's high availability testing methodology

High availability events are more likely to be triggered than disaster recovery events, but often aren't tested for as much. Here's what tech leaders can take away from Netflix's approach to the problem.

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