Twitter’s Migration to Google Cloud – An Architectural Insight
This is my second write-up on the infrastructure @Twitter. In the first, I delved into the database technologies leveraged by the social platform to store petabytes of data generated every single day. Twitter needs no introduction, it’s is one of the most popular social networks…
What Database Does Twitter Use? – A Deep Dive
This write-up is a deep insight into the persistence layer of Twitter. It does answer all our questions about it in-depth such as What database does it use? Is it SQL, NoSQL, a polyglot persistent system? How does it store hundreds of millions of tweets…
Instagram Architecture & Database – How Does It Store & Search Billions of Images
Instagram is the most popular photo-oriented social network on the planet today. With over a billion users, it has become the first choice for businesses to run their marketing campaigns on. This write-up is a deep dive into its platform architecture & addresses questions like…
An Insight into Bazaarvoice Scalable Architecture with Over 300 Million Visitors
Bazaarvoice is a digital marketing company based out of Austin, Texas. The service it offers enables retailers to add customer reviews to their websites. Also, it helps big brands like Adidas & Samsung syndicate the customer reviews, who purchased their product, across multiple retail e-commerce…
How Does PayPal Process Billions of Messages Per Day with Reactive Streams?
Chances are you have already come across this phrase “Data is the new Oil” A business’s worth today is gauged by the amount of data it contains pertaining to a certain niche or market segment. In this social media era petabytes of data generation on online…
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