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Published on Nov 30, 2018
Reddit is one of the world's most trafficked websites, with over 330 million monthly active users. Reddit built the vast majority of its infrastructure on AWS to support its increasing growth. As the world shifts to video-first, Reddit has redesigned its website and launched a new video platform. In this talk, we discuss design paradigms, tradeoffs made, and lessons learned from rearchitecting one of the internet's top sites. See how this infrastructure operates at scale and how the team leverages ETS, serverless, and compute to serve over one billion videos a month. Complete Title: AWS re:Invent 2018: 1B Video Views a Month: Reddit’s Serverless & Compute Infrastructure at Scale (STP18)