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Among other things at Netflix the Mantis Query Language (MQL an SQL for streaming data) which ferries around approximately 2 trillion events every day for operational analysis (SPS alerting, quality of experience metrics, debugging production, etc) is written entirely in Clojure.
Beyond Interactive: Notebook Innovation at Netflix. Netflix have been investing heavily in their internal Jupyter notebooks infrastructure: it’s now the most popular tool for working with data at Netflix. They also use parameterized notebooks to make it easy to create templates for reusable operations, and scheduled notebooks for recurring tasks. “When a Spark or Presto job executes from the scheduler, the source code is injected into a newly-created notebook and executed. That notebook then becomes an immutable historical record, containing all related artifacts — including source code, parameters, runtime config, execution logs, error messages, and so on.” # 18th August 2018, 5:55 pm