How we deliver 1Tbps of video with our WebRTC peer-to-peer network Архитектуры, масштабируемость
Jordan started his career as an IT consultant specialized in Infrastructure and Middleware. He got the chance to work in various-sized companies and different industries (Bank, Defense, Consumer goods). After some time longing for a more hands-on job, Jordan moved to a backend software developer position in several startups: first at Cloudwatt, a french public cloud provider then at Scality, a distributed storage company and finally at Streamroot, a leading provider of distributed delivery solutions for video platforms.
In charge of the Infrastucture and the backend development at Streamroot, Jordan shares his time between Dev and Ops work, juggling between scalabilty, availability and efficiency issues. Though not keen on surfing the hype, Jordan has real production experiences of Docker and Kubernetes.
At Streamroot, we have built a peer-accelerated delivery network for video that now delivers more than 1Tbps of data through our Distributed Network Architecture (DNA) based on WebRTC.
We will talk about how we built our P2P solution and how it works, and how we scaled our backend to handle tens of thousands of requests per second, and millions of simultaneous users, and how we make sure to handle even more during the FIFA worldcup.