How Docker for Mac helps me sleep better at night
My name is Matt Aimonetti, I’m the co-founder and CTO of Splice. At Splice, we built a cloud platform for music producers, this platform is made of elements engineers often take for granted. We invented version control for music, a distributed collaboration flow and a subscription based marketplace for samples, loops presets and MIDI. All that without changing the creation tools musicians already know and like.
I’m a developer and an entrepreneur, the last thing I want to worry about are ops concerns.
We are around 15 people for a very large surface application, we push terabytes of music awesomeness every single day, we have top music producers and hobbyists using Splice the way you might be using BitBucket or GitHub.
We can’t afford to lose any content or being down. We also don’t have dedicated operation engineers.
Like many, we develop on Mac, deploy on Linux, our architecture is API centric and our backend is mainly written in Go with a bit of C. We use various datastores such as MySQL, Memcached, Redis and ElasticSearch.
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