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Multi-Region Namespace in Temporal Cloud: Maximizing High Availability and Durability

June 6, 2024 at 9am PDT/12pm EDT

Planning for unexpected service interruptions is crucial, but deploying a highly available and disaster-tolerant workload across multiple regions often requires resources from engineering teams that aren't readily available. However, the added risk of poor customer experiences, data loss, and revenue reduction due to outages is too significant to ignore. In this webinar, we'll discuss achieving high availability and durability in Temporal Cloud, with a focus on the new Multi-region namespace capability and setup tips.

Key takeaways

In this 45-minute session, you'll get to:

  • Explore the benefits of Temporal Cloud's new Multi-region Namespace capability for achieving high availability, a 99.99% contractual SLA, and minimizing operational disruptions.
  • Learn about the main complexities involved in attempting to achieve high availability independently and discover how Multi-region namespace capability simplifies this process.
  • Experience the simplicity of push-button multi-region deployment with Temporal Cloud, where data replication and failover are seamlessly managed for you, streamlining operations and maximizing efficiency.
  • See a live demo on how to activate a Multi-region Namespace for improved performance and reliability.

Geetha Anne

Senior Solutions Architect
Temporal Technologies

About the presenter

Geetha is a Solutions Architect at Temporal, supporting Silicon Valley’s strategic growth customers. Her professional journey has largely involved open source projects related to data collection, storage, processing, visualization and analytics.


Nikitha Suryadevara

Senior Product Manager, Cloud
Temporal Technologies

About the presenter

Nikitha is a Senior Product Manager at Temporal based in San Francisco. Her expertise is in the area of making distributed system architectures more accessible and usable for developers. Prior to Temporal, she was a Product Manager at Google Cloud, working on Borg. She also helped shipped the first iteration of VMware’s Kubernetes portfolio, Tanzu.

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