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2013

2012

Evolution of SoundCloud's Architecture SoundCloud Backstage

by Xavier Lacot
The evolution of SoundCloud architecture through the times, from a traditional simple stack to a complete evolutive one

2011

Evernote Architecture - 9 Million Users and 150 Million Requests a Day

by holyver
The folks at Evernote were kind enough to write up an overview of their architecture in a post titled Architectural Digest. Dave Engberg describes their approach to networking, sharding, user storage, search, and some other custom services.

2010

Drupal CDN & Static File Server - The Amazon S3 Way | Slayerment

by holyver
This post isn't meant to be an end all to Drupal and CDNs, but rather just some insight into the way I have tackled this issue for the time being. There are a number of options to choose from and a lot of different ways to go about it. You could get a new server locally and load balance your stuff, you could get a new server locally and use it as a static file server, you could team up with a big time CDN like Akamai or Limelight and go that route, or you could go the less expensive CDN route with something like Amazon S3.

2009

scaling drupal - an open-source infrastructure for high-traffic drupal sites | johnandcailin

by holyver & 1 other
in this article, i outline a step-by-step process for incrementally scaling your deployment, from a simple single-node drupal install running all components of the system, all the way to a load balanced, multi node system with database level optimization and clustering. since you almost certainly don't want to jump straight from your single node system to the mother of all redundant clustered systems in one step, i've broken this down into 5 incremental steps, each one building on the last. each step along the way is a perfectly viable deployment.

2008

apc@facebook

by nhoizey
Des slides expliquant l'utilisation poussée d'APC faite par Facebook

Facebook Developers | Thrift

by webs & 3 others
Thrift is a software framework for scalable cross-language services development. It combines a powerful software stack with a code generation engine to build services that work efficiently and seamlessly between C++, Java, Python, PHP, and Ruby.

Comment bien gérer la montée en charge d’une application web ? | Simple Entrepreneur

by nhoizey & 2 others
Voici quelques pistes qui seront particulièrement utiles à ceux qui développent une application dans un environnement LAMP (Linux, Apache, Php et MySql) ou RoR (Ruby On Rails). Il s’agit en fait des retours d’expérience de sites comme Flickr, Digg

2007

Database parallelism choices greatly impact scalability - The Database Column

by nhoizey & 1 other
Large databases require the use of parallel computing resources to get good performance. There are several fundamentally different parallel architectures in use today

High Scalability | Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites.

by nhoizey & 5 others
High Scalability was started to help build successful scalable websites. It tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your system with confidence

Nati Shalom's Blog: Why most large-scale Web sites are not written in Java

by nhoizey
The application stack of these Web applications is very different from the stack that mission-critical applications in the financial world are built with.

2006

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