Discover how Brontos built five controller boxes and mapped sounds and visuals to them so festival-goers could interact with The Sounds of Commerce.
Discover how Brontos added visual effects that festival-goers could manipulate using MIDI controllers.
Learn how Bronto brought MIDI data to life for an interactive installation festival-goers could manipulate to experience the results of their creative contributions in real time.
Learn how Bronto built a powerful event and metric processing pipeline and a highly reactive user interface for visualizing marketing performance reports.
Transitioning to a microservices architecture can be a challenge, but it’s ultimately much easier to manage. Learn how we successfully refactored our email rendering with no disruption and the benefits we’ve seen.
Learn more about the solution we created to reliably handle future events on a large scale.
The task: overhaul the way we deploy services. The result: a quicker, more flexible tool that allows us to troubleshoot, deploy and scale faster. Learn more about our Trebuchet project.
The meteoric growth of Bronto’s data center didn’t happen overnight. Learn more about how we overhauled our network and developed our next generation hardware platform.
Learn more about our new reporting structure and how we drastically improved the read performance of the system.
To give our customers extremely fast access to their reports, we’ve built a system that can safely pre-aggregate results for the majority of queries they request. Learn more about how we did it.
See how Bronto maintains visibility into our production systems, and learn about the changes we’re making to keep valuable data at our fingertips.
Meetups at Bronto provide a voice and a sounding board for the open source community. See what effect these events can have on innovative new projects.
Bronto’s front-end engineering team keeps ease of use top of mind when building new products. See how we developed our latest WYSIWYG editor to make complex message creation quick and easy.
Bronto hosted February’s Triangle Hadoop User Group (TriHUG), featuring Szehon Ho from Cloudera talking about Hive on Spark. Hive was the first tool to enable SQL on Hadoop and, up…
October was a big month for TriHUG! We were very fortunate to have Doug Cutting, the founder of Hadoop, Lucene, Nutch and Avro, and Chief Architect at Cloudera, come present to a packed…