In this video, we dive deep into traditional web architectures and discuss what makes them go. Looking at real-life architectures, we analyze weak points and discuss what happens to them under the intense pressure of a prolonged exposure on Digg, the NYTimes or even MSN (or when traffic jumps from 15Mbits/second to over 1Gbit/second inside 30 seconds).
- Title: Scalable Internet Architectures
- Release date: August 2010
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9781449396459
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