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:

• 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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  • We are going to talk about VIRTUAL drives only
  • We often get requests like these. You probably get them as well.
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  • Cloud Infrastructure for Heavily Loaded Applications

    1. 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. 2. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 3 WORKLOAD
    3. 3. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 4 WRITE READ
    4. 4. www.altoros.com blog.altoros.com twitter.com/altoros 5 HDD SSD 300 read per second 1500 read per second Cloud ?
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    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. 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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