Seattle, WA
December 10–13, 2018
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Thursday, December 13 • 11:40am - 12:15pm
Migrating Internet Archive to Kubernetes - Tracey Jaquith & David Van Duzer, Internet Archive

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The Internet Archive has been on a mission to provide universal access to all knowledge for 22 years. While it continues to preserve the history of the web, the Archive must keep its infrastructure aligned with the present and future of the web. Tracey and David will review the Kubernetes migration: the 600,000 line PHP monolith powering core library operations, as well as a wide variety of auxiliary services (like web crawling) supported by many development teams. They will cover deploying Kubernetes at progressively larger scales in the Archive's own data centers, and integrating existing developer workflows with GitLab, Auto DevOps, Helm and Prometheus.
Tracey Jaquith has architected much of Internet Archive since 1996 (starting with founder Brewster Kahle) and focuses on DevOps, TV, audio/video, and AR/VR.
David Van Duzer manages web-wide crawl operations at Internet Archive.

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David Van Duzer

Software Engineer, Internet Archive
David Van Duzer has spent 20 years professionally operating Internet systems, which mostly consists of staring at blinking lights, and asking developers annoying questions. He joined the Internet Archive in 2017 to manage web-wide crawl operations.
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Tracey Jaquith

TV Architect, Internet Archive
Tracey was the founding coder and system architect for Internet Archive in 1996. Recently, she rewrote Archive's TV recording system to an opensource single server system, capable of 75 simultaneous 24x7 channels, made the TV site "full stack", and brought archive.org website to "version... Read More →

Thursday December 13, 2018 11:40am - 12:15pm
Ballroom 6A