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…
An Insight Into the Backend Infrastructure Of A Modern Digital Bank – Monzo Architecture
Monzo is a digital, mobile-only, bank based in the United Kingdom. It is one of the earliest app-based digital banks in the UK. Monzo set a record for the quickest crowd-funding campaign in history raising 1 million pounds in 96 seconds via the CrowdCube investment…
Open Banking Architecture – Build Fintech Apps Consuming the Open APIs
Open banking is a financial services term originated from the concept of Open innovation that means no secrecy, no hold of a centralized authority over our data in this information age. Things should be transparent. Something along the lines of the blockchain philosophy. Open banking…
An Insight Into How Uber Scaled From A Monolith To A Microservice Architecture
Uber started its service from San Francisco with a monolithic repo. The solo repo held the business logic for matching drivers and the riders, running background checks, taking care of the billing and the payment and all the other related functionalities. For a full list…
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> How Pokemon Go scales to millions of requests per second?
> Insight into how Grab built a high-performance ad server.
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