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Building a Scalable, Distributed Backend for Mobile Games
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| by Petri Kero Follow 0 Followers on Nov 07, 2017 |

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Petri Kero presents how Ministry of Games is tackling the scalability problem with distributed Elixir. He covers how their system is implemented in Elixir as well as some practical aspects of deploying the Elixir server to a Kubernetes cluster.

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Petri Kero is the CTO and co-founder of Ministry of Games, a mobile games startup located in central Helsinki, Finland.

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