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Real-world distributed architectures What Does 100 Million Users On A Google Service Mean? Article Link How Razorpay handled significant transaction bursts during events like IPL Article Link YouTube Architecture – How Does It Serve High-Quality Videos With Low Latency Article Link YouTube Database – How…
Master System Design For Your Interviews Or Your Web Startup
The word system design got pretty popular with software engineers ever since the big guns like Facebook, Google, Palantir added an essential system design round in their interview process. I mean that’s how I came across the term. Now the obvious question that would pop…
Product Development Roadmap – Insights, By A Developer, Into The Process Of Developing New Products From The Bare Bones
Hey there, I am Shivang, a software developer by profession, the author of this write-up as well as the founder of this blog. In my past life, I worked as a full-stack developer with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technical Solutions R&D team. You can read…
Google Databases: How Do Google Services Store Petabyte-Exabyte Scale Data?
Google.com is the most visited website on our planet. Followed by YouTube.com. Both services are owned by Google. Besides these two there are other multiple online services owned by Google each with over a billion users like Gmail, Google Ads, Google Play, Google Maps, Google…
YouTube Database – How Does It Store So Many Videos Without Running Out Of Storage Space?
YouTube is the second most popular website on the planet after Google. As of May 2019, more than 500 hours of video content is uploaded to the platform every single minute. With over 2 billion users, the video-sharing platform is generating billions of views with…
> Spotify Engineering: From Live to Recording
> Ingesting LIVE video streams at a global scale at Twitch
> $64,944 spent on AWS, to support 25,000 customers, in August by ConvertKit.
> Read how Storytel engineering computes customer consumption of books transitioning from batch processing to streaming bookmarks data with Apache Beam and Google Cloud.
> How Pokemon Go scales to millions of requests per second?
> Insight into how Grab built a high-performance ad server.
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- Live Video Streaming Infrastructure at Twitch
- Web Application Architecture Explained With Designing a Real-World Service
- Wide-column, Column-oriented and Column Family Databases – A Deep Dive with Bigtable and Cassandra
- Design For Scale and High Availability – What Does 100 Million Users On A Google Service Mean?
- How Razorpay handled significant transaction bursts during events like IPL