Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Elastic Caching -- How ESPN Handles 15,000 Requests Per Second

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Elastic Caching -- How ESPN Handles 15,000 Requests Per Second
Elastic Caching —
How ESPN Handles 15,000 Requests Per Second

ESPN's website succesfully delivers results for 15,000 requests per second — how has it developed that kind of performance capacity? ESPN turned to a Web service scaling solution that provides distributed object caching essential for elastic scalability and next-generation cloud environments, processing massive volumes of transactions with extreme efficiency and linear scalability. Check out this ESPN case study and bonus video to learn how they built an elastic caching solution to deliver personalized content to their millions of sports fans.


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