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MemQ by Pinterest: An efficient, scalable, cloud-native publish/subscribe system

The Logging Platform at Pinterest powers all data ingestion and transportation at Pinterest. At the heart of the Pinterest Logging Platform are distributed pub/sub systems that help our customers transport, buffer, and consume data asynchronously. Pub/sub messaging, is a form of asynchronous service-to-service communication used in serverless and microservices architectures. In a pub/sub model, any […]

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How Pinterest uses Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive to manage storage for its visual discovery engine

Pinterest is the visual discovery engine with a mission to bring everyone the inspiration to create a life they love. It’s one of the biggest datasets of ideas ever assembled online, with over 300 billion Pins with ideas around home, food, style, beauty, travel, and more. More than 440 million people around the world use […]

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Tips for effective innovation collaboration from Pinterest and AWS: Part 2

This is the second of a two-part series on how Pinterest and AWS worked together to solve a complex data access problem. Note: The launch for S3 Access Points aliases on 7/26/2021 makes it easy to use an access point for any application that requires an S3 bucket name. Researchers from the Kellogg School of […]

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How Pinterest worked with AWS to create a new way to manage data access: Part 1

This is the first of a two-part series on how Pinterest and AWS forged a grassroots collaboration to solve a complex data access problem.  In November 2020, Pinterest sent a note to AWS reporting something “surprising and inspiring:” Pinterest had begun using its new data access control system, built on Amazon S3 Access Points, to […]

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