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03 Jan 2019

An insider view of information security at Delivery Hero

We are Mauricio and Rulfo, the information security team at Domicilios.com, the Delivery Hero brand in Colombia, Perú and Ecuador. We were invited to the Headquarter of Delivery Hero in Berlin to meet the Global Information Security team in November, and this is a summary of our experience.

by Rulfo Quintero & Mauricio Beltrán | Bogotá

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06 Dec 2018

Developer Exchange: My experience at Talabat in Kuwait

Hey, my name is Kristaps Zeibarts and I am a Lead iOS Engineer at Delivery Hero Germany where my team and I are responsible for the iOS applications of the German food ordering brands – pizza.de and Lieferheld. I would like to tell you about my recent visit to Kuwait, where I met the lovely Talabat team, one of our brands in the Delivery Hero family.

by Kristaps Zeibarts | Berlin

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22 Nov 2018

Building a highly scalable technical ecosystem

Connecting microservices allows companies to be scalable and bring about the flexibility that partners want. We maintain application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow external companies to connect with us, while ensuring that end customers get the same service no matter whether the product is internal or external.

by Sumit Mehta | Berlin

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08 Nov 2018

Creating a culture of experimentation at Delivery Hero – Vol. II

The Fun with Flags feature flagging service helps Product & Tech teams at Delivery Hero make their release flow safer and less stressful. By allowing them to serve features to random or specific segments of their users, it also facilitates experimentation for data-driven product decisions.

by Adam Mallat | Montevideo

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12 Oct 2018

Designing Microservices with Kubernetes on AWS using .Net Core

In Talabat we have a big monolithic application written in .Net using MS SQL database with a single read node. With continuous growth in traffic and number of users, we are facing issues in terms of performance, scalability and robustness. We have bottlenecks when it comes to releases; independent release of features is a pain. Moving forward, Microservices seems to be a clear solution for our problems.

In this article I will explain the approach Talabat used to design microservices and move to AWS at the same time. This might not work for everyone but for Talabat, it looks very promising.

by Muhammad Umer | Dubai

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