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Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
Web scale computing - the endhiran way
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  • 1. Mani Doraisamy Chief Technology Officer, OrangeScape
  • 2. What is Web scale computing? A system which is  Highly Available,  Reliable,  Transparent,  High Performance,  Scalable,  Accessible,  Secure,  Usable,  Inexpensive  Has artificial intelligence  And human emotions
  • 3. Download entire web onto a computer! After a year, had some portion of it! (A healthy disregard for the impossible)
  • 4. Learning to count! PR(A) = (1-d) + d (PR(T1)/C(T1) + ... + PR(Tn)/C(Tn)) Citations are important (How long does it take to go around web counting links?)
  • 5. BackRub to 10100 When it is free, we ask for more (How do we make it inexpensive for large user base?)
  • 6. Adding it up! Download the entire web Learning to count Serving 10100 users Total = Storage (Massive) = Performance (Massive) = Scalability (Massive) = Web scale
  • 7. Storage: When ACID becomes BASE Distributed storage: Why cant we be more optimistic, instead of pessimistic?
  • 8. Performance: Divide and Conquer 8th standard math: One man can do a job in 2 days, and another can do it in 2 days. If they work together,in how many days will they finish the work? Call it Burst compute/Fan out (with Map/reduce), if you want to be a Geek!
  • 9. Scalability: Creating an indestructible monster Stateless - Highly Available with Transparent failover Idempotency – Being a Ghazni!
  • 10. Summary Chitti was right: You cant build one. We need many i.e. distributed systems.
  • 11. Shoot your questions! Twitter: @manidoraisamy Blog: http://manidoraisamy.blogspot.com

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