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Recapping AWS re:Invent—3 Things That Got Our Developers Excited

// 10.22.2015 // Infrastructure

There’s a reason Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent has become the go-to conference for developers in the cloud computing industry– the product launches and releases announced set the tone for the way companies will grow and change over the coming year. The conference has seen enormous growth over it’s four-year history and, this year, more than 18,000 developers descended on Las Vegas to witness 21 product and feature launches and over 275 sessions and workshops. Here is what members of the MediaMath team had to say about what they found the most exciting at re:Invent: Event-driven Architecture “Enterprises with strong […]

VPN, security groups, & more on NATs: Part 2 of our Hybrid Cloud Tips & Tricks Series

// 11.19.2014 // Data

Today’s post picks up where we left off last week. As a refresher, here at MediaMath, we run a hybrid data center-cloud environment. In this two-part blog series, I will be highlighting a couple of the trickier aspects of this integration with a focus on maintaining data integrity between your in-house data centers and the cloud – specifically, an Amazon Web Services cloud. Go to part 1: VPCs, Jump Boxes, and NATs Using a NAT on a Public Subnet Some of our services need endpoints accessible from our in-house data centers. These services must go in a public subnet with […]

VPCs, jump boxes, & NATs: Part 1 of our Hybrid Cloud Tips & Tricks Series

// 11.12.2014 // Data

Here at MediaMath, we are building out new services for our hundreds of terabytes of data at a lightning fast pace. This isn’t your grandma’s software development shop. Using cloud services like Amazon’s EC2 service allows us to scale up our infrastructure to match this pace. However, MediaMath doesn’t run a purely cloud-hosted environment. Instead, we run a mixed data center environment, with a number of high performance components running in a variety of data centers throughout the world. That means that the new AWS-hosted pipelines and data stores we are building must integrate with our in-house data centers, which […]