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Netflix Observability with Kevin Lew

Netflix users stream terabytes of data from the cloud to their devices every day. During a high bandwidth, long-lived connection, a lot can go wrong. Networks can drop packets, machines

Meet Apache Kafka

Kafka has become a central tool for data at many large organizations. At data-intensive companies like Fiverr and Netflix, Kafka is used simultaneously as: a database a queue for ordered

Netflix Serverless-like Platform with Vasanth Asokan

The Netflix API is accessed by developers who build for over 1000 device types: TVs, smartphontes, VR headsets, laptops. If it has a screen, it can probably run Netflix. On each of these

Netflix Caching with Scott Mansfield

Caching is a fundamental concept of computer science. When data is accessed frequently, we put that data in a place where it can be accessed more quickly–we put the data in a

Reactive JavaScript with Ben Lesh

Netflix has a highly interactive user interface. As I move my mouse around the page, hovering over titles and inspecting movie descriptions, there is a lot going on under the hood. One