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Presidential Campaigns & Immutable Infrastructure
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| by Michael Fisher Follow 0 Followers on Aug 04, 2017 |

Michael Fisher explores how Hillary’s campaign systematically approached every design decision to stay true to immutable principles, leveraging AWS infrastructure along with open source technology. Over the course of 18 months, the SRE team built and ran an immutable infrastructure, supporting a tech org that started with one developer and grew to 80, letting people deploy hundreds of times/day.

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Michael Fisher is Site Reliability Engineering Manager at HFA. Prior to joining HFA, he worked on ad tech at DMP platform Krux and at Google.

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