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Netflix Billing Migration to AWS - Part II


This is a continuation in the series on Netflix Billing migration to the Cloud. An overview of the migration project was published earlier here. This post details the technical journey for the Billing applications and datastores as they were moved from the Data Center to AWS Cloud.
As you might have read in earlier Netflix Cloud Migration blogs, all of Netflix streaming infrastructure is now completely run in the Cloud. At the rate Netflix was growing, especially with the imminent Netflix …

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Netflix Billing Migration to AWS


On January 4, 2016, right before Netflix expanded itself into 130 new countries, Netflix Billing infrastructure became 100% AWS cloud-native. Migration of Billing infrastructure from Netflix Data Center(DC) to AWS Cloud was part of a broader initiative. This prior blog post is a great read that summarizes our strategic goals and direction towards AWS migration.  

For a company, its billing solution is its financial lifeline, while at the same time, it is a visible representation of a company’s attitude towards its customers. A great customer experience is one of Netflix’s core values. Considering the sensitive nature of Billing for its direct impact on our monetary relationship with our …

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Application data caching using SSDs


The Moneta project: Next generation EVCache for better cost optimizationWith the global expansion of Netflix earlier this year came the global expansion of data. After the Active-Active project and now with the N+1 architecture, the latest personalization data needs to be everywhere at all times to serve any member from any region. Caching plays a critical role in the persistence story for member personalization as detailed in this earlier blog post.

There are two primary components to the Netflix architecture. The first is the control plane that runs on the AWS cloud for generic, scalable …

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