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Temporal with Maxim Fateev and Ryland Goldstein

PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

Temporal is a developer-first, open-source platform that ensures the successful execution of services and applications. We talk to Maxim Fateev, CEO and co-founder, and Ryland Goldstein, Head of Product, about how Temporal simplifies development and operations, and the future of the product. Links https://temporal.io https://github.com/temporalio/temporal https://twitter.com/temporalio https://docs.temporal.io https://twitter.com/mfateev https://twitter.com/taillogs Tell us what you think of PodRocket We want to hear from you! We want to know what you love and hate about the podcast. What do you want to hear more about? Who do you want to see on the show? Our producers want to know, and if you talk with us, we’ll send you a $25 gift card! If you’re interested, schedule a call with us or you can email producer Kate Trahan at kate@logrocket.com Follow us. Get free stickers. Follow us on Apple Podcasts, fill out this form, and we’ll send you free PodRocket stickers! What does LogRocket do? LogRocket combines frontend monitoring, product analytics, and session replay to help software teams deliver the ideal product experience. Try LogRocket for free today.Special Guests: Maxim Fateev and Ryland Goldstein.

48mins

29 Sep 2022

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Temporal w/ Co-Founder and CEO Maxim Fateev & Head of Product Ryland Goldstein

The Craft Of Open Source

Temporal's Co-Founder and CEO, Maxim Fateev, and Head of Product, Ryland Goldstein sit down with Ben to talk about open source and the origin of their project. Temporal is a microservice orchestration platform which enables developers to build scalable applications without sacrificing productivity or reliability. Temporal server executes units of application logic, Workflows, in a resilient manner that automatically handles intermittent failures, and retries failed operations.

50mins

20 Jun 2022

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Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein

Software Daily

Microservice architecture has become very common over the past few years because of the availability of containers and container orchestrators like Kubernetes. While containers are overall positive for scaling apps and making them more available, they’ve also introduced hurdles like persisting data and state, and container restarts or pod failures. Development teams put significant work

8 May 2021

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Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein

Podcast – Software Engineering Daily

Microservice architecture has become very common over the past few years because of the availability of containers and container orchestrators like Kubernetes. While containers are overall positive for scaling apps and making them more available, they’ve also introduced hurdles like persisting data and state, and container restarts or pod failures. Development teams put significant work into designing applications that take these hurdles into account because without precautions you can lose valuable data or crash your app.  The company Temporal provides tools for both building complex microservices as well as for apps that use microservices. They use 2 primary function types: workflow and activity. Workflow functions persist all local variables and threads so that if the server the app runs on crashes, it’s picked up on a different server where it left off, down to the line. Activity functions automatically initiate retry logic if the service the function invokes fails for something like its server being down. Temporal provides visibility into end-to-end workflows that can span multiple services.  In this episode we talk to Ryland Goldstein, Head of Product at Temporal. Previously, Ryland was the Lead Product Manager at Reshuffle and a Software Engineer Lead at Parallel Machines. We discuss the challenges of managing state in micro services, orchestrating microservices and how Temporal simplifies this process for development teams. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

53mins

8 May 2021

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Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein

Software Engineering Daily

Microservice architecture has become very common over the past few years because of the availability of containers and container orchestrators like Kubernetes. While containers are overall positive for scaling apps and making them more available, they’ve also introduced hurdles like persisting data and state, and container restarts or pod failures. Development teams put significant work into designing applications that take these hurdles into account because without precautions you can lose valuable data or crash your app.  The company Temporal provides tools for both building complex microservices as well as for apps that use microservices. They use 2 primary function types: workflow and activity. Workflow functions persist all local variables and threads so that if the server the app runs on crashes, it’s picked up on a different server where it left off, down to the line. Activity functions automatically initiate retry logic if the service the function invokes fails for something like its server being down. Temporal provides visibility into end-to-end workflows that can span multiple services.  In this episode we talk to Ryland Goldstein, Head of Product at Temporal. Previously, Ryland was the Lead Product Manager at Reshuffle and a Software Engineer Lead at Parallel Machines. We discuss the challenges of managing state in micro services, orchestrating microservices and how Temporal simplifies this process for development teams. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

53mins

8 May 2021

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Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein

Cloud Engineering – Software Engineering Daily

Microservice architecture has become very common over the past few years because of the availability of containers and container orchestrators like Kubernetes. While containers are overall positive for scaling apps and making them more available, they’ve also introduced hurdles like persisting data and state, and container restarts or pod failures. Development teams put significant work into designing applications that take these hurdles into account because without precautions you can lose valuable data or crash your app.  The company Temporal provides tools for both building complex microservices as well as for apps that use microservices. They use 2 primary function types: workflow and activity. Workflow functions persist all local variables and threads so that if the server the app runs on crashes, it’s picked up on a different server where it left off, down to the line. Activity functions automatically initiate retry logic if the service the function invokes fails for something like its server being down. Temporal provides visibility into end-to-end workflows that can span multiple services.  In this episode we talk to Ryland Goldstein, Head of Product at Temporal. Previously, Ryland was the Lead Product Manager at Reshuffle and a Software Engineer Lead at Parallel Machines. We discuss the challenges of managing state in micro services, orchestrating microservices and how Temporal simplifies this process for development teams. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Temporal Product: Managing State with Ryland Goldstein appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

53mins

8 May 2021