Building zero tier systems on bare metal

The Stack Overflow Podcast

On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Mauricio Linhares, a senior software engineer at Stripe about the pain of migrating monoliths to microservices, defining zero-tier systems, and why plugging all your servers into the same power supply is a bad idea.

While Mauricio and team had to get back to bare metal, most programmers are headed in the opposite direction. It’s why MIT switched from Scheme to Python.

At Stack Overflow, we’re familiar with what happens to websites during physical failures, like hurricanes.

Connect with Mauricio on LinkedIn.

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