Today sees the launch of Analytics 2.0 on the Percolate platform. After 12 months of hard work by my team, I am very proud of the new platform.
1 year ago the San Francisco team was tasked with rebuilding the Analytics system at Percolate. In place of our legacy MySQL-based system, we now have a brand new architecture, based on Apache Kafka and Elasticsearch. It’s more responsive, more flexible, and offers much richer functionality.
You can learn all about the new system on the Percolate blog.
Last night Percolate hosted the San Francisco Elasticsearch Meetup.
I acted as host, and it was a great night, with excellent speakers and presentations.
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While running services is hard, it’s also fun. It confronts you with a whole set of engineering challenges because you’re building — and running — large scale systems.
So after 18 great months working on the InfluxDB source, I’m returning to Services and have started a new role with Percolate, as Director of Engineering on their Data Platform team.