Scalability at Medium and Uber & load balancing at Quora and Discord

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Up & Running Weekly

Up & Running Weekly

October 21 · Issue #1 · View online
Weekly curated resources for DevOps engineers.

Denis Chebotarev is DevOps engineer at Jexia. Each week, he reveals the finest articles about startup infrastructures, somewhere out there.

Learning the essentials
A journey through microservices
Does microservices architecture influence security testing?
OpenStack about microservices, containers & serverless essentials
Learning about scalability
Microservice architecture at Medium
Why Uber decided to rewrite its driver app
Canva's tried and tested way to scale design with systems
Zuora's infra management tooling in its micro-services world
Killing a monolith — how Smartly.io reworked its architecture
Learning about load balancing
Qmessage: how Quora handles billions of tasks per day
How Discord handles 2.5 million concurrent voice users
Soundcloud: using Kubernetes metadata to improve Zipkin traces
Learning about data
Geosharded recommendations - Part 1: Sharding Approach
Tools
Lumen: the custom, self-service dashboarding by Netflix
New York Times opens up gcp-vault, simplifying serverless
Presentations
Betting on evolutionary architecture - James Lewis
Designing Events-First Microservices - Jonas Bonér
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