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High Volume Event Processing with John-Daniel Trask

A popular software application serves billions of user requests. These requests could be for many different things. These requests need to be routed to the correct destination, load

Deployment with Avi Cavale

Software deployment evolves over time. In the 90s, a “deployment” might have meant issuing a new edition of your software via CD-ROM. Today, a deployment is often a multi-stage

Parse and Operations with Charity Majors

Parse was a backend as a service company built in 2011 before being acquired by Facebook in 2013. Building a backend as a service for developers requires walking a thin line between

ChatOps with Jason Hand

Chat bots are your newest co-worker. Slack, HipChat, and other chat clients allow developers and other team members to communicate more dynamically than the limits of email. Companies

DevOps Handbook with Gene Kim

The intent of the DevOps movement is to get organizations moving faster and more effectively by breaking down siloes, and improving communication. Gene Kim’s book The Phoenix Project