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If it works, don’t touch it: Why JFrog replaced almost every component in Bintray's architecture

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As is often the case with software development, we try to plan ahead, yet we frequently fail. Baruch Sadogursky explains why, even though JFrog envisioned Bintray as a high-loaded distribution service and planned for scale accordingly, when it hit, JFrog still had to adapt. Baruch takes you on a journey through two years of Agile architecture, exploring what components JFrog chose, what decisions it made, what stayed, what changed, and why and sharing successes, failures, and corrections that will benefit you on your current and future endeavors.