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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to AWS Redshift (Pt. 2, Let’s Cut Costs)

This post originally appeared on Medium. Pavel Kerbel is a Software Development Team Leader at ironSource. This is the second part of my AWS Redshift series. If you missed Part 1, which is about fixing errors and investigating performance issues, you can read it here. Part 2 will focus on costs and how we can keep them to a..

Working at the Speed of Business: How ironSource Atom Helped WEB3 Go Programmatic

This post was written by Jacob Dvir. Jacob is the CTO at WEB3.  The key to good business is knowing what you’re good at, and investing in that. The data itself at WEB3 is gold. It’s what drives our business. As such, it’s critical that we’re able to make quick decisions based on raw real-time..

Serverless Applications: continuous delivery with AWS Lambda and API Gateway — Part 1: Unit tests

Serverless Applications: Continuous Delivery with AWS Lambda and API Gateway (Pt. 1, Unit Tests)

This post originally appeared on Medium. Rotem Tamir is a Software Development Team Leader at ironSource.  At ironSource’s Data Solutions department, we work on ironSource atom, a data flow management platform to help our clients easily deal with massive amounts of data. We help companies create custom big-data pipelines into which they can stream data which will..

My 5 Favorite Talks at the ‘You Gotta Love Frontend’ Conference

You Gotta Love Frontend (YGLF for short) is an annual conference for Frontend Developers held annually in Tel Aviv. Well, it’s the second year they’ve been having it, so it might turn out to be a Fibonacci sort of thing, with conferences every 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 years... but let’s hope that doesn’t happen. I..

How 365Scores Scaled Up with ironSource Atom

Below is a guest post by one of our customers, leading sports app 365Scores, who used Atom DFM to store, manage, and customize their data flow according to their exact needs. What did they need their data to do and how were they able to utilize Atom’s data enrichment offerings while retaining full control of..

Adventures in Building Containerd

The other day, I was sitting with some of the awesome folks at Docker in the hopes of getting my feet wet with docker internals. Anil Madhavapeddy suggested that I start by building my own containerd and successfully running a container there, the idea being to determine if the README (of containerd) was good enough...

Data Management for App Developers: How to Own Your Data

When it comes to data flow management, app developers tend to have a ‘set it and forget it’ attitude. As long as it’s working, they don’t want to worry about it. But while it may feel like a luxury, strong data management is actually fundamental for your app’s long-term health. This article will discuss what..

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