Design For Scale and High Availability – What Does 100 Million Users On A Google Service Mean?
Imagine a simple service with an API server and a database. Now when this service is owned by Google, the traffic is expected to be in the scale of 100 million users. That means: 10 billion requests/day 100k requests/second (average) 200k requests/second (peak) 2 million…
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…
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