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Firefox Delivered: OSS Infrastructure for the Masses

Administration
Location: E146 Level: Intermediate
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As Mozilla Firefox has grown in popularity and usage since its inception in November 2004, its IT team has had to grow rapidly to meet its expanding user-base. For instance, how do you deliver Firefox updates to a community of over 150 million people, updating a majority of them within a mere 48 hours?

Learn how the Mozilla IT team scales its update and software delivery systems to support this massive (and still growing!) user base. Topics include caching, SSL scaling, Web/database tuning and scaling, development/staging/production separation. We’ll also take a candid look at where OSS solutions beat out commercial solutions, and vice versa.

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Justin Fitzhugh

Mozilla

Justin Fitzhugh is the Director of Information Technology for the Mozilla Corporation. He responsible for all Mozilla’s production and corporate infrastructure, including serving the Firefox product to over 150 million users. In addition to Firefox distribution, his team designs, implements and supports the infrastructure for one of the largest open source organizations in the world. Some of the larger web presences run by the Mozilla IT team include the Mozilla automatic update system, addons.mozilla.org, mozilla.com, breakpad, and many others. Prior to Mozilla, Justin managed Macromedia’s global datacenter environment. He spends his spare time as an avid pilot, snowboarder and father

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