Kristen Pol Explored Website Failover and Disaster Recovery at Stanford WebCamp 2024

Website failover and disaster recovery strategies

Kristen Pol, a co-founder of Quant, delivered an insightful session at Stanford WebCamp 2024 titled "Website Failover and Disaster Recovery Strategies to Help You Sleep Better." The presentation, aimed at professionals responsible for maintaining website functionality, highlighted the inevitability of failure within the web technology stack, which includes elements like web servers, database servers, and content management systems. Kristen discussed various scenarios that can lead to website failures and emphasized the importance of comprehensive disaster planning. She outlines best practices to mitigate risks, enhance resilience, and ensure continuous vulnerability monitoring and testing. Kristen also elaborated on effective failover and disaster recovery strategies, providing attendees with the knowledge and tools necessary to prepare for potential disruptions. The full session is available on YouTube.

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