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... Read More →

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

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