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BinaryAlert: Serverless, Real-time & Retroactive Malware Detection
This is a serverless stack built on AWS, deployed with Terraform. Not sure what to think about this -- it still makes me shudder a little
aws  serverless  lambda  airbnb  malware  yara  binaryalert  architecture 
august 2017 by jm
The Rise of the Data Engineer
Interesting article proposing a new discipline, focused on the data warehouse, from Maxime Beauchemin (creator and main committer on Apache Airflow and Airbnb’s Superset)
data-engineering  engineering  coding  data  big-data  airbnb  maxime-beauchemin  data-warehouse 
january 2017 by jm
Airfixers - Hosting without the hassle
Full AirBnB property management service in Dublin
dublin  airbnb  management  rental  services 
october 2016 by jm
Airflow
Airbnb's workflow management system; works off a DAG defined in Python code (ugh). Nice UI though, but I think Pinboard's take is neater
airbnb  open-source  python  workflow  jobs  cron  scheduling  batch 
june 2015 by jm
SmartStack vs. Consul
One of the SmartStack developers at AirBNB responds to Consul.io's comments. FWIW, we use SmartStack in Swrve and it works pretty well...
smartstack  airbnb  ops  consul  serf  load-balancing  availability  resiliency  network-partitions  outages 
may 2014 by jm
ZooKeeper Resilience at Pinterest
essentially decoupling the client services from ZK using a local daemon on each client host; very similar to Airbnb's Smartstack. This is a bit of an indictment of ZK's usability though
ops  architecture  clustering  network  partitions  cap  reliability  smartstack  airbnb  pinterest  zookeeper 
march 2014 by jm
Airbnb's Smartstack
Service discovery a la Airbnb -- Nerve and Synapse: two external daemons that run on each node, Nerve to manage registration in Zookeeper, and Synapse to generate a haproxy configuration file from that, running on each host, allowing connections to all other hosts.
haproxy  services  ops  load-balancing  service-discovery  nerve  synapse  airbnb 
october 2013 by jm
Introducing Chronos: A Replacement for Cron
A distributed, fault-tolerant "cron" is something which comes up frequently -- it makes for a great fault-tolerance building block. This one sounds like it's too closely tied into Mesos, though (IMO).
Chronos is our replacement for cron. It is a distributed and fault-tolerant scheduler which runs on top of Mesos. It's a framework and supports custom mesos executors as well as the default command executor. Thus by default, Chronos executes SH (on most systems BASH) scripts. Chronos can be used to interact with systems such as Hadoop (incl. EMR), even if the mesos slaves on which execution happens do not have Hadoop installed. Included wrapper scripts allow transfering files and executing them on a remote machine in the background and using asynchroneous callbacks to notify Chronos of job completion or failures.
cron  scheduling  mesos  stacks  design  airbnb  chronos  fault-tolerance  distcomp  distributed-computing  scripts  jobs 
march 2013 by jm

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