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Clojure + Datomic + Storm = Zolodeck

by ghis (via)
Amit Rathore describes the architecture of Zolodeck, a virtual relationship manager built on Clojure, Datomic, and Storm.



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.

3.4 million page views per day, 92 M per month, one server and Drupal

by holyver (via)
In this talk, Khalid of, Inc., Inc will talk about a how to scale a Drupal web site with the following statistics. 3.4 million pages per day peak 92 million page views per month 189,650 page views per hour peak 840,000 visits on peak day 22.96 million visits per month 52,747 visits per hour peak So far, this is the highest traffic a Drupal site gets that we heard of. What is amazing is that this web site runs on a single mid range server ...


High Scalability - High Scalability - 6 Ways to Kill Your Servers - Learning How to Scale the Hard Way

by ghis (via)
Interesting article about scaling a website : caching, alternative webserver, replication, take care of not messing the filesystem, ... The comments are interesting too.


by ghis & 6 others (via)
Node's goal is to provide an easy way to build scalable network programs.

High Scalability - High Scalability - Digg: 4000% Performance Increase by Sorting in PHP Rather than MySQL

by ghis & 1 other (via)
O'Reilly Radar's James Turner conducted a very informative interview with Joe Stump, current CTO of SimpleGeo and former lead architect at Digg, in which Joe makes some of his usually insightful comments on his experience using Cassandra vs MySQL.

Developing scalable PHP applications using MongoDB - PHP Classes blog - PHP Classes

by ghis
Nowadays there is a new kind of databases that is getting very popular, specially for Web development, including the PHP world, which are the NoSQL databases. This article focus specifically on MongoDB, despite there are several other NoSQL database implementations.

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