Build resilient systems at scale
October 12–14, 2015 • New York, NY
Joseph Lynch

Joseph Lynch
Software Engineer, Yelp

Joseph Lynch is a software engineer for Yelp who focuses on building data store and service infrastructure. Joey is a core contributor to Yelp’s data store platform, which has allowed Yelp to go from a primarily MySQL data tier to a polyglot data tier including Elasticsearch, Cassandra, and Zookeeper. He loves pushing the edge of how Yelp uses DevOps tools to automate infrastructure and never met a problem he didn’t want to automate away. When not wrangling clusters of data stores, Joey enjoys building service discovery, reliable communication, fast deployment, and monitoring into Yelp’s SOA.

Sessions

1:15pm–1:55pm Wednesday, 10/14/2015
Location: Regent Parlor
Joseph Lynch (Yelp), Josh Snyder (Yelp)
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(3.67, 12 ratings)
Yelp’s move to a service oriented architecture has required us to change the way we think about datastores. With the ability to rapidly provision application services, we have also found ourselves supporting many datastores with varying SLAs. This talk will discuss the technical and cultural elements we dealt with as we empowered developers to choose from a menu of datastores. Read more.

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