I talked about my summarization tool in the previous post. I have pushed the source code in github https://github.com/kalyanceg/summarize . Its completely undocumented. Probably I will add a javadoc for all methods and classes in a couple of weeks. If somebody wishes to contribute to the codebase or build over the existing utility, feel free to checkout the repository and it will be good if you push the changes (productive ones) back to the repo.
This outage has caused considerable noise everywhere. It was quite discomforting for me because during the whole conversation nobody bothered to understand the gravity of the issue. I don't expect end users to understand the issue. But this is going to be a blogpost for all of those in the tech field, Such an event can happen how much ever chaos engineering, best of the tech jargon we implement in the stack To all my Site Reliability Engineer friends, Site Up is our first priority. I myself said many a times outage is news and SREs should prevent outage. But I'm afraid this is leading to a cult in the industry who despises outages and takes no learnings from it. I don't know what has happened in Facebook. I can explain a scenario which may or may not be right but that can definitely show the gravity of the issue. Let's draw a probable Facebook architecture Disclaimer I don't work at Facebook. So this might not be how facebook routes traffic. This is based on my exp