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Wednesday, November 20 • 2:25pm - 3:00pm
There's a Bug in My Service Mesh! What Do You Do When the Mesh is At Fault? - Ana Calin, Paybase & Risha Mars, Buoyant

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A service mesh is an increasingly necessary tool when running and debugging modern applications. But what do you do when there’s a bug in the mesh itself?

Paybase offers the most flexible, developer-native, API-driven solution for payments, compliance and risk. They use the Linkerd service mesh to process all requests that come through their complex system of microservices, where it is highly useful for out of the box gRPC load balancing which allows Paybase to scale their application.

In this talk, Ana and Risha will talk about different Linkerd bugs that Paybase encountered after deploying Linkerd to their staging environment, and how they worked with the Linkerd maintainers to track them down and squash them.

This talk also explores the relationship between companies that rely on open source software and their interactions with maintainers in the path to getting bugs fixed.

Speakers
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Ana Calin

Systems Engineer, Paybase
Ana is a Systems Engineer at Paybase, an emerging London FinTech. As a Systems Engineer Ana builds the infrastructure of Paybase’s service oriented platform, creates, updates and maintains monitoring and logging systems and incident response management systems. Previously Ana has... Read More →
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Risha Mars

Software Engineer, Buoyant
Risha is a Software Engineer at Buoyant, and is a core contributor to the Linkerd project. She works on the CLI and controller (Golang) as well as the Linkerd dashboard.Previously, Risha worked on the Ads team at Twitter, building internal tools that helped Twitter’s salespeople... Read More →



Wednesday November 20, 2019 2:25pm - 3:00pm
Hall D - San Diego Convention Center