As backend developers, we have a large tool stack allowing us to tackle any challenge that comes our way, but sometimes choosing the right tool for a task isn't easy.
Argo Workflows is a K8s native workflow orchestrator that may be the right tool for your next project! In this talk, we will share our journey using Argo Workflows for the first time, discuss its benefits, and elaborate on best practices for building workflows to support any load, step by step. Join us and learn more about Argo's many features that make it a very resilient and versatile tool.
- Dor Swisa, Backend Team Leader, Cider Security
Dor is a former R&D Director in Unit 8200 with 7 years of experience in various development management roles. Today, Dor leads Cider’s core backend team responsible for retrieving data for multiple integrations.
- Amit Hirsch, Senior Software Engineer, Cider Security
Amit has over 10 years of experience in the software industry, focusing on backend development and developer experience. Today, Amit is part of Cider's core backend team responsible for retrieving data for multiple integrations.
Running Historical Data Reprocessing using Argo Workflows
In this talk, we’ll examine several useful Argo Workflows features from the developer’s perspective, through the use-case of building a robust data backfill workflow.
We’ll go over the decision-making process that led us to choose Argo Workflows, and showcase how we dealt with this interesting case study in my team at Riskified, in collaboration with our DevOps department.
- Stav Levinger, Full Stack Web Developer, Riskified
Stav is a Full Stack Developer at Riskified, a key member of a team that develops and platformizes the company’s primary client-facing application. She’s currently working on breaking monolith projects into micro-services in both the FE & BE. Stav especially enjoys exploring and understanding how systems work end-to-end while aspiring to write clean and beautiful code. Stav likes to spend her free time with animals, and also paint and play the piano.