In 2016, Slack faced a problem: the load on its backend servers had increased by 1,000x. Bing Wei explains how rearchitecting the system with lazy loading, a publish/subscribe model, and an edge cache service overcame the problem with zero downtime, improved latency, and gains in reliability and availability.
- Title: How Slack rearchitected its system to achieve zero downtime and improve latency, reliability and availability
- Release date: September 2019
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 0636920459781
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