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This is a story of an Infrastructure team at Zalora that implemented DevOps using Haskell and Nix.
The story covers: - picking a dynamically-typed functional language, suffering from it and recovering; - surviving in a cruel stringly-typed world of Unix; - implementing system software in Haskell and operating it; - overcoming challenges of Haskell deployment; - using Haskell to integrate with various 3rd-party services; - successfully abandoning traditional DevOps tooling that plagues the industry.
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Haskell goes DevOps
Vlad is a young hacker who has been developing CDN software in dynamic and weak languages, shifted towards cloud-native applications using Erlang on Xen and Unikernels and is now building infrastructure and platform software using Haskell at Zalora.