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A Design Analysis of Cloud-based Microservices Architecture at Netflix

A comprehensive system design analysis of microservices architecture at Netflix to power its global video streaming services

1. Introduction

Netflix has been among the best online subscription-based video streaming services in the world ([12]) for many years, accounting for over 15% of the world’s Internet bandwidth capacity. In 2019, Netflix already acquired over 167 million subscribers, with…




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Cao Duc Nguyen

Cao Duc Nguyen

A software engineer with over 10 years of experience working in data architect roles to build cloud infrastructures and advanced analytics solutions.

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