Distributed Systems, Scalability & System Design #1 – Heroku Client Rate Throttling
Hello Folks, Wassup! This is the first post in the distributed systems & scalability blog series that I’ve started to discuss the intricacies of the production systems of large scale distributed services such as YouTube, Heroku, Netflix & so on. Arguably every service running today…
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…
Designing A Video Search Service with AWS – AWS Cloud Computing Architecture
Hello there, how are you doing? Welcome to the system design & architecture series of scaleyourapp.com In this write-up, we will be designing A Scalable Video Search Service with AWS Amazon Web Services Platform. So, without any further ado. Let’s have a look at the…
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