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Past Presentations

Zero to Production-Ready in Minutes

The fabric of Netflix's approach to building new highly-available services is evolving. The Runtime Platform Team is focused on improving developer productivity while simultaneously making it simpler to build and maintain the high-availability services that Netflix expects. Starting with...

Tim Bozarth Director of Engineering @Netflix
Scaling Event Sourcing for Netflix Downloads

In November of 2016 Netflix successfully launched its new Download feature, allowing users to download and play content offline on their mobile devices. This feature required us to change our previously stateless distributed licensing service to be real time and stateful. In a matter of months we...

Phillipa Avery Senior Software Engineer @Netflix
Robert Reta Senior Software Engineer @Netflix
Refactoring Organizations - A Netflix Study

Is your service architecture and engineering velocity constrained by organizational concerns? Does it seem impossible to give priority to key initiatives regardless of intent? Are engineers switching tasks so often that they are just treading water? Are critical projects endlessly backlogged? Has...

Josh Evans Engineering Leader at Large (formerly Director of Operations Engineering @Netflix)
UNBREAKABLE: Learning to Bend but Not Break at Netflix

How do you gain confidence that a system is behaving as designed and identify vulnerabilities before they become outages? You may have thought about using chaos engineering for this purpose, but it’s not always clear what that means or if it’s a good fit for your system and team. My...

Haley Tucker Senior Software Engineer, Chaos Engineering @Netflix
Containers at Web Scale Panel

Containers and container management platforms are becoming a standard part of many infrastructures. At Facebook, Google, Netflix, and Uber container technologies have been a large part of their infrastructures for many years. By leveraging these technologies, each company has seen improvements in...

Kenny Yu Software Engineer @Facebook
Victor Marmol Staff Software Engineer @Google
Andrew Leung Senior Software Engineer @Netflix
Xiaojian Huang Engineer Manager @Uber
Wendy Dembowski Staff Software Engineer @Google

Interviews

Haley Tucker Senior Software Engineer, Chaos Engineering @Netflix

UNBREAKABLE: Learning to Bend but Not Break at Netflix

Tell me about your talk.

I’m going to share my personal journey at Netflix learning to build and operate distributed systems -- both as a service owner and as a Chaos engineer.  As service owner, I’ll provide examples of how I used Chaos engineering to build better systems, even for non-critical services. As a chaos engineer, I’ll cover some of the...

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Susheel Aroskar Software Engineer @Netflix

Scaling Push Messaging for Millions of Devices @Netflix

Zuul is your API gateway right? What is the relationship between Zuul and Zuul Push?

Yes, Zuul is Netflix’ API gateway (all of the Netflix HTTP API traffic passed through Zuu). We took the Zuul code base and grafted Zuul Push on it, so it's a different offering. But they share 90% of the same code base.

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Seth Katz Senior Software Engineer, Operational Insights @Netflix

How Machines Help Humans Root Cause Issues @Netflix

You're at Netflix. What team are you working on, and what's the focus of the work that you do?

I work on a team called operational insights.

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