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Wow, excellent video. Love your unique style of breaking down the topics in chunks and explaining them neatly. Keep them coming.
Great, Nicely explained !!!
Please shed some light on Docker, kubernetes and rancher!
Great video ,Does local storage made at ISP's or Netflix replicated storage Data centers ? because ,if Netflix stores data at ISP's what gurantees them the security ?
Nice video!! Video request about Design Online food ordering service like Uber eats and explain how to integrate it with existing Uber ride-sharing service.
Directi -> Uber -> Netflix . I see where you are going :p
So i was right about the new topic. Transcoding it is!
Have a look at http://highscalability.squarespace.com/blog/2017/12/11/netflix-what-happens-when-you-press-play.html and https://medium.com/netflix-techblog for more detailed, jargon..ed and time consuming version. 😉 Thanks Gaurav. Keep going (y) <3
Awesome Video. Very good explanation. Video content caching is not an easy job. The video is really good.
Gourav, thank you.Can you please make a video swiggy (example) payments and it handles different response like success, failed, or pending.
As i have some experience in this area, i would like to say that you delivered crisp content on the same. Good job!
I saw this in linusTechtips 2years ago .
I had a doubt if some one gets the access for open connect as it is a local cache then there is big potential problem right there. Any why we should require an open connect it means you have your data in netflix as well as in open connect. it means wastage of data same data is presemt at 2 places
One question.There are several isp in india so does Netflix type of cache it in each and every isp's and is it safe because any since it's the cache of the isp's the contents can easily be confiscated or does Netflix takes care it the security by itself?
Hi Gaurav!Neatly presented ideation of Netflix! I have a question about open connect as talked in your video.1. How movie will be inserted in open connect if it’s out of the box of interest of user? E.g. I want to see Korean series. A. What algo they use to prevent load for this kind of interest and how they figure out?B. Do they use ML for next chunk prediction or explicit programming?2. Which recommendation algo they use for predictions of favourites?
Thanks 🙏🏻 and keep it up!
Your videos are pure delight to watch !
I just love your system design videos.
1020 or 1080 ?
Its DNS not ISP
I was always more amused about Hotstar instead of Netflix.
keep up the awesome content!
Does this chunks is also used in music apps like Gaana or Spotify
Have been working in this arena for a while now, you got everything correct man, other stuff you post usually goes over my head because I haven't dabbled in a lot of those things but for once, felt nice to already know what you were gonna say. Haha.
To be honest learned something useful today, and willing to learn from you more like this kinda of topic!
Is this similar or related to what Netflix came out with, "zull architecture"
You have the most unique content on Youtube, man. No bs, pure knowledge. Keep going.
Hey gaurav nice video. Just one doubt. Isn't the client and open connect/netflix servers talk directly once ISP found the location of site ? I see you are speaking abt ISP taking load. Can you explain more on this
amazing stuff….you have got a new subscriber….
Cache or Content Delivery Network?
Awesome explanation gaurav , even though i m not learning system design i learnt a lot about the way u taught the concepts and correlated to some of the concepts currently i have been studying , 🙂 thnkx bro , loved ur 'follow ur passion' blog on wordpress 🙂
Why did you tone down the technical aspects by this much for this video?
nice video thanks for sharing. how do you get to know this?
Great video Gaurav. Keep up the work. Can you please do a system design video on amazon subscription
what is happening to you bro…you don't look good. You seems tired and working a lot..please do something about it.
Netflix subscribers : We are the coolest people living on this planet ! We watch netflix and chill Netflix Engineers : Hold my(our) Beer !
Hello, how you get this kind of information??
What about user authentication and authorisation when dealing with open connect??
Awesome content man…. Keep going..👍👏
Man, I learned a lot. Colleges should teach students like this. Thank you very much for this. 🙂
Thats a really great explanation. Thanks
I guess Netflix also use AWS Edge location as well to cache the S3 content and serve local content as well.
Can u suggest the best book for understanding and also learning System Design questions, which might also help in interviews
Pls am in a great need for it….pls
Thanks for the video Gaurav. What I knew was that Netflix has servers for different regions and not just in the US. Also will not the Open connect or the cache will ever get full? What about when many users are accessing at the same time, like on weekends?
Superb explanation bro
8:14 Can we do this with CDN ? Are CDN and Cache similar?
hey ur awesome!
Brief and precise.. Nice.
Thanks for this wonderful insight on the engineering side of Netflix, looking forward to more system design videos.
Great content always!
How much money is required to set up netflix system??
must say u made it really Interesting with editing 😛 and great content!
Wait. Do we even have 1020?
Let's talk about tik tok. Why It's so fuckingg fast even in low connection!! What engineering they use and how they manage all.
Video content is awesome.However it's not 1020p the correct standard is 1080p
Hello Gaurav, can you tell me how caching at the ISP level different from CDN / Amazon Cloudfront ?
What about the security of such cache boxes? Given that netflix thrives on content… Keeping these movies safe is paramount and the more you distribute the files the more risk you're at. I'm sure they have a way… Just wondering how different would it be to the usual security?
That was great explanation..But one question..Why going back in movie is time consuming for more than 10 sec?
Another informative video from you. Nice explanation. Thanks. Just wanted to add something on the caching part. Many websites take help of CDN providers like Akamai to do the caching on behalf of them. The CDN providers have the required infrastructure across the globe wherein they have placed their caching servers in most of the countries.
One request.. can't you speak slowly while ?
Don't be surprised if you hit 500K subscribers by the end of 2019. Your content quality is skyrocketing.
Very detailed. Great work!
Domain [1:40, 1:48] 😂😂😂😂
Great brother more videos please
Is the caching done also using AWS CloudFront CDN endpints by Netflix, or do they use Open-connect only ?
nice your videos are getting interactive like that of sivaraj .keep it up
So well explained 🤟
Aren't those boxes which serve 90% of content are CDNs'? And how will Netflix decide which videos' should be stored in the boxes near to the region?
How does that make Open Connect different from a CDN? What you end up achieving is more or less the same. (Maybe CDN won't lead to 90% localization of traffic due to some limitation!?)https://openconnect.netflix.com/en/
Open connect is similar to something like Redis ?
Nice, bother talking about zero downtimes ?
Awesome man! Simple and to the point. The best kind of online content.
I recommend reading this article:
“How Netflix works: the (hugely simplified) complex stuff that happens every time you hit Play” by Mayukh Nair https://link.medium.com/hOGSFphJFZ
Hey Gaurav. What was that about the 4AM time? I couldnt understand what will i understand if I netflixed at 4AM
Trivago explain bro
7:15 That table is called a DNS
It's amazing to see how Guarav improves the quality of his content, and I can tell you, guys, as a newbie tech Youtuber, it's a big deal. Keep it up, bro! 😉
Netflix is hosted on Amazon cloud , we have highly available and scalable infrastructure .
please please put subtitles in your videoes
How ISP know what I am requesting to any website? Isn't it a encrypted request? ISP do know which website you want to visit but not what you want from a site?
Where is this Open Connect placed and maintained like for say Indian users?…Like Uber does for updating it's db about uber rides…
Hi gaurav, please make video on stepsetgo app..how the whole model work.
Great content, bro.I would like to see a video about AWS architecture
Hey Gaurav, loved your video. I had one suggestion, there is this technology called pixel shuffling, which is used to reconstruct the video playback. Can you dwelve deeper into how is that being done?Thanks a lot
Since you said the Open Connect box just has data, how are the requests being authenticated?
But their are a lot of ISPs in any country.all they have separate memory boxes?
What is so revolutionary about Open Connect boxes? Its nothing but placing your localised servers close to the clients isn't it ? I will be shocked to know it had not been prevelant before Netflix did
Kabhiu kabhi lagta hai ke apun hee bhagwan hai!
Isn't this ISP thing similar to CDNs anyway? What is the difference?
Happy Teachers Day Sir! U taught me a lot! I really appreciate that!
Hi Gaurav Thanks for awesome video.What are the technologies Netflix uses to display the videos?.
Hi Gaurav, thanks for the video. Impeccable. Keep doing the great work!!
Can you explain some of the advanced concepts of video streaming too? For eg., Bandersnatch? I wonder how Netflix is providing conditional streaming of video chunks based on user selection.
Another question, what if some users from India only watch hollywood and not bollywood? Does that cache is based on watched content(data driven) or they assume based on language/other params?
Bro its 1080 p not 1020p @ 1:50
real effort here, good job mate
Can you make a video of how aws or azure provisions a vm behind using rest api ?
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