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At Indeed our applications generate billions of log events each month across our seven data centers worldwide. These events store user and test data that form the foundation for decision making at Indeed. We built a distributed event logging system, called Logrepo, to record, aggregate, and access these logs. In this talk, we'll examine the architecture of Logrepo and how it evolved to scale.
Jeff Chien joined Indeed as a software engineer in 2008. He's worked on jobsearch frontend and backend, advertiser, company data, and apply teams and enjoys building scalable applications.
Jason Koppe is a Systems Administrator who has been with Indeed since late 2008. He's worked on infrastructure automation, monitoring, application resiliency, incident response and capacity planning.