Kubernetes Infrastructure At Medium
How Medium uses Kubernetes to manage micro-services — a high-level view and introduction.
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Image Stacks and iPhone Racks: Building an Internet Scale Meme Search Engine
Anyone who’s spent any amount of time on the Internet has a good idea of how prevalent meme usage has become in online discourse. Finding new memes on the latest happening and sharing them with various friend groups to share in the humor is a long-enjoyed pastime of mine. Working in tech and in the InfoSec field has netted me an unsurprisingly “terminally-online” groups of friends who all do the same.
Optimizing Myntra’s Pricing System for Serving Millions of Traffic under 30ms Latency
Myntra’s pricing system is responsible for uploading various discounts for different products and serving them to multiple services. Currently, the pricing system has been serving discount information with a latency of 150ms for millions of traffic.
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Mastering Container Networking
Container Networking is simple! Just kidding, it's not 🙈 But this series will help you understand it! It starts from a very thorough step-by-step guide on how to reproduce a single-host container networking using only standard Linux tools. Then it moves to higher-level concepts such as proxy sidecars and service discovery, and finally touches upon cross-host container networking in Kubernetes.
Sometimes Optimization Is About More Than Code
On one of the projects I worked on recently, we were implementing a visualization for a sophisticated outage forecasting system. I was tasked with bringing the main study chart to life so that the data could be displayed to the user in a usable manner.