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Spotify Audio Delivery at Scale
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| by Niklas Gustavsson Follow 0 Followers on Jul 22, 2015 |

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Niklas Gustavsson goes into detail on how a Spotify service works and how the UNIX philosophy of composing components that does a single thing well, works on a greater scale. He presents how services are built in two distinct layers and common patterns for, for example, service discovery and storage.

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Niklas Gustavsson is a backend engineer at Spotify, open source hacker, mountain biker and father of two awesome kids. At Spotify, he mostly works on the audio pipeline and content delivery.

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