What Do 100 Million Users On A Google Service Mean? – System Design for Scale and High Availability
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…
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