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Globo.com’s Live Video Platform for FIFA World Cup ’14, Part 2: DVR and Microservices

The following is adapted from a presentation given by Leandro Moreira and Juarez Bochi of Globo.com at nginx.conf 2015, held in San Francisco in September. This blog post is the second of two parts, and focuses on using NGINX to build microservices. The first part focuses on NGINX for streaming video delivery and caching. You can watch the video…

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Globo.com’s Live Video Platform for FIFA World Cup 2014, Part 1: Streaming Media and Caching

The following is adapted from a presentation given by Leandro Moreira and Juarez Bochi of Globo.com at nginx.conf 2015, held in San Francisco in September. This blog post is the first of two parts, and focuses on NGINX for streaming video delivery and caching. Part 2 explains how Globo.com built its microservices‑based video platform using NGINX with the third‑party Lua…

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Why Netflix Chose NGINX as the Heart of Its CDN

In the few years since its introduction, Netflix's online video streaming service has grown to serve over 50 million subscribers in 40 countries. We've already shared some of the best practices that Netflix's software development engineers adopted as they transitioned from a traditional monolithic development process to continuous delivery and microservices, in Adopting Microservices at…

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Adopting Microservices at Netflix: Lessons for Team and Process Design

In a previous blog post, we shared best practices for designing a microservices architecture, based on Adrian Cockcroft’s presentation at nginx.conf 2014 about his experience as Director of Web Engineering and then Cloud Architect at Netflix. In this follow‑up post, we’ll review his recommendations for retooling your development team and processes for a smooth transition to…

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NGINX Plus Serves Breaking News for InkaBinka

InkaBinka is revolutionizing the way news is delivered and consumed on the Internet, by distilling full‑length news articles into four essential bullet points that readers can absorb in 20 seconds or less, accompanied by animated imagery. InkaBinka's news aggregator engine is growing rapidly and needs a web infrastructure that can hyperscale while delivering an outstanding customer…

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