Founded in 2007 in Milan, Subito.it is the company owning Subito's digital platform. Subito aims to offer the easiest, fastest and safest buying and selling online service to make good deals through service’s efficiency and quality and variety of the offer. With over 5 million ads in 37 different product categories diversified per geographical locations, more than 8 million unique users monthly and over 30 million page views daily, Subito is the first classified service and is among the top six most visited websites in Italy (source: Audiweb Total Digital Audience 2014 average).
Subito is part of Schibsted Media Group (www.schibsted.com), a Norwegian multinational company founded in 1839. The Group has 6,900 employees and operates successfully in 29 Countries in publishing (newspapers, TV and free press), digital (news and classified ads) and mobile (services) markets.
Let's deploy on fridays
Featuring Damien Mathieu
Deploying a new version of any app can be a tricky thing to do. Yet, we often make it even harder on ourselves, by keeping manual actions in the process; deploying big releases instead of small iterative chunks or even keeping new features in branches for a long time before moving everything to...mucon architecture microservices deployment
The Seven (More) Deadly Sins of Microservices
Featuring Daniel Bryant
All is not completely rosy in microservice-land. It is often a sign of an architectural approach’s maturity that in addition to the emergence of well established principles and practices, that anti-patterns also begin to be identified and classified. In this talk Daniel will introduce the 2016...mucon microservices architecture
Lightbend Lagom: Microservices Done ‘Just Right'
Featuring Brendan McAdams
Microservices architecture are becoming a de-facto industry standard, but are you satisfied with the current state of the art? We are not, as we believe that building microservices today is more challenging than it should be. Lagom is here to take on this challenge. First, Lagom is opinionated...mucon microservices architecture lightbend lagom reactive java scala cqrs eventsourcing
Plambda! Running the play framework in AWS Lambda
Featuring Simon Hildrew
Running a traditional web framework in a serverless environment like AWS Lambda is like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. However, if it can be made to work, an existing app could be lifted and shifted. This would make them easier to deploy, reduce financial cost and eliminate...lambda play-framework scala mucon microservices aws
High Flying, Free and Easy: Functional Microservices with Finch
Featuring Dave Gurnell
Finch is a Scala library for building composable HTTP APIs. It provides a thin layer on top of Twitter's lightning fast Finagle library that simplifies and streamlines routing, serialization, and more.
The Asynchronous Uncoordinated Continuous Delivery of 35+ uServices
Featuring Clayton Wells
So you’ve embraced μServices and Continuous Delivery but as the number of your μServices grow, it has become harder and harder to keep your releases co-ordinated. Many resort to release trains to manage their deployments, where you can only do releases for a given service at a given time or in a...mucon architecture microservices continuous-delivery
Moving BBC iPlayer to a Micro Services Architecture
Featuring Stephen Godwin
In this talk Stephen Godwin describes how the BBC moved iPlayer to a microservices architecture and how this has allowed new features to be added and large changes to be made without interruption to the service.mucon microservices architecture iplayer bbc monolith continuous-delivery aws
Microservices with AWS
Featuring Josh Dvir