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Techniques for Scaling the Netflix API

Posted by Daniel Jacobson  on  Apr 30, 2012

Daniel Jacobson covers the history of Netflix’s APIs, adaptation for the cloud, development and testing, resiliency, and the future of their APIs.

Architecting for Failure at the Guardian.co.uk

Posted by Michael Brunton-Spall  on  Apr 25, 2012

Michael Brunton-Spall talks about various types of system failure that can happen, sharing the lessons learned at the Guardian and measures taken to prevent and mitigate failure.

Building Highly Available Systems in Erlang

Posted by Joe Armstrong  on  Apr 19, 2012 1

Joe Armstrong discusses highly available (HA) systems, introducing different types of HA systems and data, HA architecture and algorithms, 6 rules of HA, and how HA is done with Erlang.

Storm: Distributed and Fault-tolerant Real-time Computation

Posted by Nathan Marz  on  Oct 21, 2011 1

Nathan Marz explain Storm, a distributed fault-tolerant and real-time computational system currently used by Twitter to keep statistics on user clicks for every URL and domain.

Above the Clouds: Introducing Akka

Posted by Jonas Bonér  on  Aug 15, 2011

Jonas Bonér introduces Akka, a JVM platform that wants to address the complex problems of concurrency, scalability and fault tolerance using Actors, STM and self-healing from crashes.

Things Break, Riak Bends

Posted by Justin Sheehy  on  Aug 09, 2011

Justin Sheehy talks about failure and the need to prepare for it, giving some real life examples along with techniques implemented in Riak to make it resilient to faults.

Message Passing Concurrency in Erlang

Posted by Joe Armstrong  on  May 29, 2010 1

Joe Armstrong explains through Erlang examples that message passage concurrency represents the foundation of scalable fault-tolerant systems.

Failure Comes in Flavors - Stability Anti-patterns

Posted by Michael Nygard  on  Sep 15, 2009 4

Michael Nygard encourages us to have a failure oriented mindset. He presents many anti-patterns leading to systems instability and failure, accompanied by design patterns that should be used instead.

Multicore Programming in Erlang

Posted by Ulf Wiger  on  Jul 16, 2009

Ulf Wiger shows typical Erlang programs, patterns that scale well on multicore and patterns that don't, profiling and debugging parallel applications and ensuring correct behaviour with QuickCheck.

CouchDB and Me

Posted by Damien Katz  on  Jan 31, 2009 9

In this talk from RubyFringe, Damien Katz explains what drove him to create CouchDB, why he chose Erlang and more.

Architectures of extraordinarily large, self-sustaining systems

Posted by Richard P. Gabriel  on  Aug 29, 2008 4

Can a system that is so large it cannot be comprehended be "designed" in a conventional sense? The foundations of computing are about to change. In this talk, Richard P. Gabriel explores why and how.

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