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Server and Network Operations Automation at Dropbox

Source: infoq.com

Jan 26, 2019 10:00 AM 4+ week ago

Dropbox's engineering team wrote about their network and server provisioning and validation automation tool called Pirlo. Pirlo has a pluggable architecture based on a MySQL backed custom job queue implementation.Read more.

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