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Backing up DynamoDB tables with Hippolyte – our open source solution

Backing up DynamoDB tables with Hippolyte – our open source solution

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Ocado Technology uses a wide range of Amazon AWS services for our day to day operations, as well as the microservices backbone powering our Ocado Smart Platform (OSP). We’re also heavy users of Amazon’s NoSQL database, DynamoDB. Having a fully managed database solution has allowed many development teams to get on with the work they […]

Creating a distributed data centre architecture using Kubernetes and containers

Creating a distributed data centre architecture using Kubernetes and containers

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The seed for this project was first planted when a question was posed while brainstorming ideas around a whiteboard: What if we could break up our CFC’s  data centre into smaller nodes? If the CFC (Customer Fulfilment Centre) name doesn’t ring a bell, that’s what we call the highly automated warehouses where our groceries are […]

All about HexagonJS, our latest open source project

All about HexagonJS, our latest open source project

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Last weekend kicked off with an exciting announcement for my team: we’d just open sourced our HexagonJS project. We’re looking forward to contributions from outside the company, so here’s what it does and why, and we hope to see you getting involved soon. What is HexagonJS? A modular, themeable front end library for modern browsers. […]

Why we’ve open-sourced Code for Life

Why we’ve open-sourced Code for Life

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In the spirit of collaboration, we’ve open-sourced the game and portal of our free Code for Life education initiative. To give you a bit of background, Code for Life consists of free teaching resources, including lesson plans, videos, and the Rapid Router game. To play, pupils use basic programming principles to guide a van to […]

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