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Austen Ito is a software engineer at leading online fashion brand Bonobos, based in New York. Read our Bonobos customer story for more information about how Heroku has helped their business.

What do you have running on Heroku?

We’re running just about everything on Heroku, including our Bonobos.com website, cross-app messaging services, an API for our ERP, as well as some internal tools. The only pieces that are not on Heroku are the Data Science and ERP components. We’re also using Desk.com for customer service queuing.

Walk us through your stack

We use a mix of Backbone and React in terms of JavaScript frameworks on the front end. Some of our legacy work is in Backbone and our newer...

Heroku has years of experience operating our world-class platform, and we have developed many internal tools to operate it along the way; however, with the introduction of Heroku Private Spaces, much of the infrastructure was built from the ground up and we needed new tools to operate this new platform. At the center of this, we built a new operations console to give ourselves a bird's eye view of the entire system, be able to drill down into issues in a particular space, and everything in between.

The operations console is a single-page React application with a reverse proxy on the backend to securely access data from a variety of sources. The console itself started off from a mashup...

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