The Netflix data platform is constantly evolving, but fundamentally it’s an all-cloud platform at a massive scale (40+ PB and over 700 billion new events per day) focused on empowering developers. Kurt Brown dives into the current technology landscape at Netflix and offers some thoughts on what the future holds.
Kurt covers key technologies, such as Spark, Presto, Docker, and Jupyter, along with many broader data ecosystem facets (metadata, insights into jobs run, visualizing big data, etc.) and considerations (e.g., accessibility and necessary compromises). You’ll leave with greater insight into how things work at Netflix and be inspired to re-envision your data platform.
Kurt Brown leads the Data Platform team at Netflix. Kurt’s group architects and manages the technical infrastructure underpinning the company’s analytics, which includes various big data technologies like Hadoop, Spark, and Presto, Netflix open-sourced applications and services such as Genie and Lipstick, and traditional BI tools including Tableau and Redshift.
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