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The Future of Build vs. Buy
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| by Matt Ranney Follow 12 Followers on Jan 07, 2016 |

Building infrastructure components was once the domain of only the very largest of internet operations like Google and Facebook. Increasingly though we see non-Google, non-infrastructure companies building their own infrastructure software. From his experience at Uber, Matt Ranney explores why the build or buy tradeoff is so difficult, and make some recommendations for both vendors and users.

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Matt Ranney is the Chief Systems Architect at Uber. He has a computer science degree which has come in handy over a career of mostly network engineering, operations, and analytics.

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