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Yelp operates a modern, heavily automated, autoscaling platform for microservices to enable reliability and elasticity. Designing and operating the edge infrastructure for such a platform is an interesting challenge. This talk, will review how they built and continue to evolve Yelp's edge infrastructure, using standard open source components and how they addressed resiliency challenges such as failover while operating over a highly elastic microservices platform.
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Building a Modern Edge Infrastructure for the Microservices World
Sarguru Nathan is a site reliability engineer who works on large scale infrastructure problems at Yelp, specifically focussing on the edge infrastructure. He is an open source contributor and lives in London.