Over 200 million devices worldwide are capable of streaming Netflix content. Sitting on top of a microservice architecture, the entire ecosystem generates 1+ trillion events every day to feed critical Netflix systems to monitor service health, to detect fraudulent behaviors, and to improve customer experience, etc.
Keystone is the critical piece of backend infrastructure to ensure massive amount of events are delivered in near real time reliably, at scale, and in face of failures.
In this talk, we will deep dive into Keystone’s architecture and underlying stream processing engines. The talk will provide insights and proven paths on how we achieved multi-tenancy, scalability and resilience in a cloud native complex distributed system environment, and learnings we had.
Zhenzhong Xu is currently a Software Engineer working on highly scalable and resilient streaming data infrastructure at Netflix. Previously, he was a core contributor to Microsoft Azure datacenter operating system reconciliation management & resiliency functionalities. He is passionate about anything related to real time data systems & large scale distributed system.
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