Distributed systems engineer who has seen many things. He's the author of NBomber, a load-testing toolkit to test any system. He's currently driving the engineering practices and architecture at DraftKings. Prefers to write code that solves a specific, well-defined problem, rather than code that solves a class of problems generally. Love to think that OOP is gone forever.
Building an efficient replication system for thousands of terminals (RU)
For one of our projects, we needed to improve the current content delivery system for terminals. In this talk, I will share our experience in building an efficient data replication system for thousands of terminals. We will touch on architecture decisions and tradeoffs, technologies that we used, and a bit of load testing.
Spoiler: We didn't use Kafka.