[irq]: techie interrupted

15/05/2012

“ Netflix: Their architecture is service based. Many small teams of 3-5 person teams are completely responsible for their service: development, support, deployment. They are on the pager if things go wrong so they have every incentive to get it right. They’ve built a decoupled system where every service is capable of withstanding the failure of every service it depends on. Everyone is sitting in the middle of a bunch of supplier and consumer relationships and every team is responsible for knowing what those relationships are and managing them. It’s completely devolved — they don’t have any centralised control. They can’t provide an architecture diagram, it has too many boxes and arrows. There are literally hundreds of services running. „

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