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Here at Sauce Labs, we recently celebrated the completion of a significant project to improve our service uptime and reliability, as we transitioned the last of our CouchDB databases to MySQL. We’d outgrown CouchDB, to the point that a majority of our unplanned downtime was due to CouchDB issues, so wrapping up this migration was an important milestone for us.
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There has been a long running debate in the Application Platform Services Group here at Burton Group between the REST people on one side and the SOAP people on the other. For the most part it mirrors the external debate. In one recent exchange, while discussing the complexity of SOAP and the web services framework, the SOAP side said, “Before all of the WS-* stuff, SOAP was actually simple. That’s what the ‘S’ stood for.”
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Once you start working with the Varnish source code, you will notice that Varnish is not your average run of the mill application.
That is not a coincidence.
I have spent many years working on the FreeBSD kernel, and only rarely did I venture into userland programming, but when I had occation to do so, I invariably found that people programmed like it was still 1975.
So when I was approached about the Varnish project I wasn't really interested until I realized that this would be a good opportunity to try to put some of all my knowledge of how hardware and kernels work to good use, and now that we have reached alpha stage, I can say I have really enjoyed it.