Pinterest helps you discover and do what you love. Pinterest’s infrastructure is built to cater to its scale—over 150M MAUs across the globe contributing and combing through a billion pins—which has very unique requirements. Micheal Benedict explains how Pinterest, a company operating on VMs in the public cloud since its inception, made a move to containers.
Micheal Benedict leads product management for Pinterest’s cloud and data processing infrastructure, where he and his team are building a multitenant compute infrastructure to support Pinterest’s growing set of diverse workloads. He also manages the cloud capacity planning and the infrastructure governance teams. Previously, Micheal led products for Twitter Cloud Platform, building next-generation compute services that span internal and public clouds, and built the systems that powered Twitter’s observability and monitoring stack. Micheal holds a master’s degree in computer science from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
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