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“BUILD STUFF” is a Software Development Conference for people who actually build stuff. We bring world-class speakers, letting them share about the latest developments, trends and innovations, as well as new directions in software development. Since launching in 2012, it’s really caught on quickly.

Recognized by developers from all over Europe, international Software Development Conference Build Stuff’15 Lithuania will feature 3 days (18-20 Nov’15) of conference sessions and 2 days (21-22 Nov’15) of workshops.

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Thursday, November 19 • 11:45 - 12:40
(SLIDES) Randy Shoup @randyshoup - Service Architectures at Scale: Lessons from Google and eBay

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Over time, almost all large, well-known web sites have evolved their architectures from an early monolithic application to a loosely-coupled ecosystem of polyglot microservices. While first-order goals are almost always driven by the needs of scalability and velocity, this evolution also produces second-order effects on the organization as well. This session will discuss modern service architectures at scale, using specific examples from both Google and eBay.

It will cover some interesting -- and perhaps nonintuitive -- lessons learned in building and operating these sites. It continues with some more advanced implications of a microservices architecture, including SLAs, cost-allocation, and vendor-customer relationships within the organization. It concludes by exploring a set of common service anti-patterns.

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Randy Shoup

Consulting CTO (former eBay, Google, KIXEYE), @randyshoup
Randy Shoup is the Chief Technology Officer at KIXEYE, making awesome games scalabler and reliabler. Previously, he was Director of Engineering at Google, leading several teams building Google App Engine, the world’s largest Platform as a Service. Prior to Google, he spent 6 1/2 years as Chief Engineer at eBay, building several successive generations of eBay’s real-time search engine. | Randy speaks regularly at conferences on... Read More →

Thursday November 19, 2015 11:45 - 12:40
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