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Culture & Methods Follow 285 Followers

Vision & Strategy - Epiphanies of a Netflix Leader

Posted by Josh Evans  on  Dec 02, 2017 4 Posted by Josh Evans Follow 1 Followers  on  Dec 02, 2017 4

Josh Evans explores the concepts of vision and strategy - tools that business and technical leaders alike leverage to make tough decisions and smart bets that lead to breakout success.

41:59
Architecture & Design Follow 903 Followers

State of Chaos Engineering

Posted by Bruce Wong  on  Oct 23, 2017 Posted by Bruce Wong Follow 0 Followers  on  Oct 23, 2017

Bruce Wong discusses the current state of Chaos Engineering, emerging patterns of success, and the future opportunity at hand.

49:30
DevOps Follow 356 Followers

Zero to Production-Ready in Minutes

Posted by Tim Bozarth  on  Sep 14, 2017 Posted by Tim Bozarth Follow 0 Followers  on  Sep 14, 2017

Tim Bozarth shares how Netflix is enabling engineers to go from "zero" to "production ready" in minutes - incorporating best-practices learned through years in the cloud.

40:33
Development Follow 227 Followers

Choose Your Own Adventure: Chaos Engineering

Posted by Nora Jones  on  Sep 14, 2017 Posted by Nora Jones Follow 3 Followers  on  Sep 14, 2017

Nora Jones talks about different experiences on "Chaos Adventures" including both successes and failures introducing Chaos in an organization.

50:49
Architecture & Design Follow 903 Followers

Scaling Event Sourcing for Netflix Downloads

Posted by Phillipa Avery  on  Aug 09, 2017 Posted by Phillipa Avery Follow 0 Followers , Robert Reta Follow 0 Followers  on  Aug 09, 2017

Phillipa Avery and Robert Reta describe how Netflix successfully launched their Download feature with the use of a Cassandra-backed event sourcing architecture, describing the event store implemented

39:31
Architecture & Design Follow 903 Followers

The Paved PaaS to Microservices at Netflix

Posted by Yunong Xiao  on  Aug 02, 2017 Posted by Yunong Xiao Follow 0 Followers  on  Aug 02, 2017

Yunong Xiao discusses how Netflix standardizes common functionality like service discovery, configuration, metrics, logging, and RPC, across services.

52:08
DevOps Follow 356 Followers

A Series of Unfortunate Container Events @Netflix

Posted by Amit Joshi  on  Jul 26, 2017 Posted by Amit Joshi Follow 0 Followers , Andrew Spyker Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 26, 2017

Amit Joshi and Andrew Spyker talk about Project Titus, Netflix's container runtime on top of Amazon EC2.

41:46
Data Science Follow 380 Followers

Streaming for Personalization Datasets at Netflix

Posted by Shriya Arora  on  Jul 26, 2017 Posted by Shriya Arora Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 26, 2017

Shriya Arora discusses challenges faced with stream processing unbounded datasets, comparing microbatch with event-based approaches using Spark and Flink.

51:56
Culture & Methods Follow 285 Followers

Refactoring Organizations - A Netflix Study

Posted by Josh Evans  on  Jul 25, 2017 Posted by Josh Evans Follow 1 Followers  on  Jul 25, 2017

Josh Evans uses Netflix as a case study to illustrate how specific strategies, framed as technical analogs, have been employed to maximize engineering agility, velocity, and impact.

43:32
DevOps Follow 356 Followers

BLESS: Better Security and Ops for SSH Access

Posted by Bryan Payne  on  Jul 19, 2017 Posted by Bryan Payne Follow 0 Followers  on  Jul 19, 2017

Bryan Payne talks about BLESS in general: what it is, how it works, and how we can start using it. He explores the Netflix BLESS production architecture and how other companies have used BLESS.

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Data Science Follow 380 Followers

Real-Time Recommendations Using Spark Streaming

Posted by Elliot Chow  on  Mar 30, 2017 Posted by Elliot Chow Follow 0 Followers  on  Mar 30, 2017

Elliot Chow discusses the data pipeline that they built with Kafka, Spark Streaming, and Cassandra to process Netflix user activities in real time for the Trending Now row.

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Architecture & Design Follow 903 Followers

Automating Chaos Experiments in Production

Posted by Ali Basiri  on  Mar 15, 2017 Posted by Ali Basiri Follow 0 Followers  on  Mar 15, 2017

Ali Basiri discusses the motivation behind ChAP (Chaos Automation Platform), how they implemented it, and how Netflix service teams are using it to identify systemic weaknesses.

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