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Building a Massively Scalable Cloud Service from the Grounds Up

A session at JAX 2014

Tuesday 13th May, 2014

3:00pm to 4:00pm (CET)

In this talk, we’ll go into excruciating technical detail about building a greenfield, massively scalable cloud service. As many of us are assembling open source and SaaS components to power our next generation applications, it seems as easy as choosing the leaders in each space and just gluing them together using APIs. This sentiment couldn’t possibly be more wrong. Along the path to constructing a scalable cloud service, there are many options and critical decisions to take.This talk covers our missteps and our revised successful choices of building Bintray. We will share our challenges and how it affected our approach towards issues like: segmenting the system; supporting horizontal scaling; physical vs virtual hosts; handling cross data center deployments; managing redundancy; and supporting a cloud-based development environment. Many of these approaches you can replicate in your own construction of your next cloud solution.

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JBaruch

JFrog Developer Advocate

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JAX 2014

Germany Germany, Mainz

12th16th May 2014

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