Join Our Live Q&A with eBay on Achieving Developer Speed
eBay sponsored this post.
As an internet-scale e-commerce company, eBay was one of the early adopters of modern development practices such as observability and progressive delivery. Today the engineering team continues to innovate through practices that enable their developers to deploy to production quickly and reliably.
API development and management has been a particular success and reached a milestone at the end of 2020. eBay’s Buy APIs, which allow third-party sites to place orders from anywhere on the Internet, surpassed more than $5 billion in cumulative GMB (Gross Merchandise Bought).
How do they support developer speed and continue to innovate at scale? Learn more over a stack of pancakes with eBay’s engineering leadership and bring your questions! Join The New Stack Founder and Publisher Alex Williams for a live Pancake & Podcast discussion on April 1, 2021 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time with our panelists from eBay: Lakshimi Duraivenkatesh, VP buyer experience engineering; Mark Weinberg, VP of core product engineering; and Randy Shoup, chief architect and VP of engineering.
- eBay today, its infrastructure and application architectures.
- Achieving speed for eBay’s team of developers.
- Scaling API delivery and management.
- Optimizing for latency on sensitive services.
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