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Saturday, November 18 • 1:10pm - 1:30pm
Strato: Twitter’s Virtual Database Powered by Microservices

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Developing software against a large collection of services is often harder and more difficult than it needs to be. Inconsistencies between service interfaces mean each type of data is queried in a slightly different way, making abstraction difficult and leading to boilerplate. By enforcing a consistent data and access model over these heterogeneous microservices we can simplify feature development. Strato exposes data from other services according to a unified data model and a single logical interface, enabling generic infrastructure for automatically generated GraphQL, REST, and Thrift APIs; drop-in caching; simplified access control; deploy-free updates; and more! Come see how we simplify life for data owners and data consumers alike!


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Michael Solomon

Software Engineer, Twitter
Mike Solomon is a software engineer on Twitter's Strato team where he uses Scala to generate uniform GraphQL, REST, and Scala APIs, and tries to make building new API services unnecessary.In his spare time he makes an audio-based choose-your-own adventure mobile game called Road Trip... Read More →


Saturday November 18, 2017 1:10pm - 1:30pm PST
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