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Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications
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Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications

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This presentation describes a cloud infrastructure for high-load applications and provides 12 diagrams with RAID and DB performance test results on Microsoft Azure: …

This presentation describes a cloud infrastructure for high-load applications and provides 12 diagrams with RAID and DB performance test results on Microsoft Azure:

• 4 diagrams with write results for RAID arrays (0–6) using 4 drives and 1 thread
• 1 diagram comparing write results for RAID 0 on 2, 4, and 8 drives
• 3 diagrams with read results for RAID 1 and 0 using 4 and 8 drives to process 16 threads
• 4 diagrams with results for a Cassandra cluster of 2 large nodes under different workloads

More on the topic: http://blog.altoros.com/raid-arrays-on-windows-azure.html

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    • 1. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 2 1. Scalable to at least XX billion records 2. DB storing capacity should be N Tb 3. Response time up to 20ms 4. Record size 600bytes
    • 2. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 3 WORKLOAD
    • 3. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 4 WRITE READ
    • 4. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 5 HDD SSD 300 read per second 1500 read per second Cloud ?
    • 5. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 6
    • 6. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 7
    • 7. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 8
    • 8. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 9
    • 9. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 10
    • 10. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 11 When ? azure vm disk attach-new <VMNAME> <SIZE> <CONTAINER> azure vm disk attach-new <VMNAME> <SIZE> <CONTAINER> azure vm disk attach-new <VMNAME> <SIZE> <CONTAINER> azure vm disk attach-new <VMNAME> <SIZE> <CONTAINER> sudo mdadm --create <PATH> --level=0 --raid-devices=4 <DISK1><DISK2><DISK2><DISK2>
    • 11. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 12 Questions are welcome! Sergey Balashevich Email: sergey.balashevich@altoros.com Skype: sergey.balashevich

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