Presented by Brian Akins at RICON East 2013
Turner Broadcasting hosts several large sites that need to serve "data" to millions of clients over HTTP. A couple of years ago, we started building a generic service to solve this and to retire several legacy systems. We will discuss the general architecture, the growing pains, and why we decided to use Riak. We will also share some implementation details and the use of the service for a few large internet events.
Brian Akins is Senior Principal Architect at Turner Broadcasting where he is focused primarily on scaling web applications and the organizations that build and support them. He is an old school C guy who has fell in love with Lua. He lives with his wife and four children in the suburbs of Atlanta.