Engineer for the future of Cloud
June 10-13, 2019
San Jose, CA
Daniel Hochman

Daniel Hochman
Platform Engineer, Lyft

Daniel Hochman is a senior infrastructure engineer at Lyft. He’s passionate about scaling innovative products and processes to improve quality of life for those inside and outside of the company. During his time at Lyft, he has successfully guided the platform through an explosion of product and organizational growth. He wrote one of the highest-throughput microservices and introduced several critical storage technologies. Daniel most recently guided the rollout out of Envoy-Redis at Lyft which included a full on-the-fly replacement of Lyft’s high-throughput caching infrastructure. Daniel leads traffic networking at Lyft and is responsible for designing and implementing Lyft’s frontend infrastructure to scale for increasing numbers of diverse clients.

Sessions

2:20pm3:00pm Thursday, June 13, 2019
Building Cloud Native Systems
Location: LL21 A/B
Daniel Hochman (Lyft), Jose Nino (Lyft)
Lyft has made the transition from a single monolithic service to 300+ microservices by leveraging Lyft's open source proxy Envoy. Daniel Hochman and Jose Nino share how Lyft migrated from a legacy monolithic application to over 300 microservices while keeping drivers, passengers, and developers happy. Read more.