Evolution of Netflix Conductor:

v2.0 and beyond By Anoop Panicker and Kishore Banala Conductor is a workflow orchestration engine developed and open-sourced by Netflix. If you’re new to Conductor, this earlier blogpost and the documentation should help you get started and acclimatized to Conductor. Netflix Conductor: A microservices orchestrator In the last two years since inception, Conductor has seen wide adoption…

Re-Architecting the Video Gatekeeper

By Drew Koszewnik This is the story about how the Content Setup Engineering team used Hollow, a Netflix OSS technology, to re-architect and simplify an essential component in our content pipeline — delivering a large amount of business value in the process. The Context Each movie and show on the Netflix service is carefully curated to ensure an…

Netflix Public Bug Bounty, 1 year later

by Astha Singhal (Netflix Application Security) As Netflix continues to create entertainment people love, the security team continues to keep our members, partners, and employees secure. The security research community has partnered with us to improve the security of the Netflix service for the past few years through our responsible disclosure and bug bounty programs.…

Building and Scaling Data Lineage at Netflix to Improve Data Infrastructure Reliability, and…

Building and Scaling Data Lineage at Netflix to Improve Data Infrastructure Reliability, and Efficiency By: Di Lin, Girish Lingappa, Jitender Aswani Imagine yourself in the role of a data-inspired decision maker staring at a metric on a dashboard about to make a critical business decision but pausing to ask a question — “Can I run a check myself…

Python at Netflix

By Pythonistas at Netflix, coordinated by Amjith Ramanujam and edited by Ellen Livengood As many of us prepare to go to PyCon, we wanted to share a sampling of how Python is used at Netflix. We use Python through the full content lifecycle, from deciding which content to fund all the way to operating the…

Netflix Studio Hack Day — May 2019

Netflix Studio Hack Day — May 2019 By Tom Richards, Carenina Garcia Motion, and Marlee Tart Hack Days are a big deal at Netflix. They’re a chance to bring together employees from all our different disciplines to explore new ideas and experiment with emerging technologies. For the most recent hack day, we channeled our creative energy towards our studio…

Lerner — using RL agents for test case scheduling

Lerner — using RL agents for test case scheduling By: Stanislav Kirdey, Kevin Cureton, Scott Rick, Sankar Ramanathan Introduction Netflix brings delightful customer experiences to homes on a variety of devices that continues to grow each day. The device ecosystem is rich with partners ranging from Silicon-on-Chip (SoC) manufacturers, Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) and Original Equipment Manufacturer…

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