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Java and Edge Networks: How Akamai monitors & pushes services across the world

  • Oct 15, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Java and Edge Networks:  How Akamai  monitors and pushes services across the world

A collective presentation by Shreyas Dube, Douglas Rodrigues & Babak Najafi on how Java is used to monitor the performance of servers on the edge network and to push metadata throughout the network. Examples will be based on Akamai’s network  which handles 2.2 Billion HTTP requests, 7,600 hours of streamed HD video and 162.5 Terabytes of data every 60 seconds. Additionally, the following topics will be covered:

• distributing metadata to servers on the edge network will be demonstrated. 

• avoiding the overhead of large batches of boiler plate code using Spring Data 

• using Java in building edge networks

Shreyas Dube is a Senior Software Engineer in the Cloudification Engineering organization at Akamai.

Douglas Rodrigues is a Senior Software Engineer in the Security Products division at Akamai

Babak Najafi is a Senior Lead Systems Software Engineer in the Platform Infrastructure Engineering Group at Akamai.

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