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Nomad - our experiences and best practices

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Hello from trivago’s performance & monitoring team. One important part of our job is to ship more than a terabyte of logs and system metrics per day, from various data sources into elasticsearch, several time series databases and other data sinks. We do so by reading most of the data from multiple Kafka clusters and processing them with nearly 100 Logstashes. Our clusters currently consists of ~30 machines running Debian 7 with bare-metal installations of the aforementioned services.

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Building a full fledged API in less than 30 minutes in Symfony

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We all have been there, done that. You want to build an API that allows you to manipulate your entities so you start checking which specification to use. Maybe REST or JSON API or maybe no specification. Once you have decided which way to go it’s time to create the controllers. Each controller needs at least 5 actions: one to get a single entity, one to get the collection and 3 others to create, update and delete.

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