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Reliable and scalable infrastructure: Traffic

This is a series of posts: Introduction Principles Layers Traffic (this post) Secrets Now you have multiple environments, each consisting of multiple data centers, each consisting of multiple scale units. How do you wire up them all together to be … Continue reading

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Reliable and scalable infrastructure: Layers

This is a series of posts: Introduction Principles Layers (this post) Traffic Secrets When designing your service’s infrastructure, you need to remember that your deployment (or scale, more below) unit can go down at any point of time for any … Continue reading

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Reliable and scalable infrastructure: Principles

This is a series of posts: Introduction Principles (this post) Layers Traffic Secrets First and foremost, you have to threat your service’s infrastructure as you threat your service’s code. In other words as infrastructure-as-code. This may include the techniques that … Continue reading

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Reading books vs writing one

I have an issue with reading books. I read blogs and articles on the Internet often but physical books almost never. Back in the day when I lived in Moscow, I used to commute to college and work an hour … Continue reading

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