▲ 12 ▼ Video: The hidden micro-service - caching with Go at Netflix
Netflix is well known for championing the microservice model, but within the complex layers of dependencies is a hidden service: the caching layer. The Netflix customer experience relies heavily on caches to provide a high-volume, low latency, globally available data layer that backs our stateless services. Throughout a typical customer experience, from sitting down on the couch through playing a movie, caches play a role in every interaction. The use cases here range from session storage to video history to subscriber status, all of which benefit from the stability and fault tolerance of EVCache, the primary caching system in use at Netflix.
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Took a while to get to the bit about go, but there is lots of detail on their setup in this talk.