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Scalability Rules: 50 Principles for Scaling Web Sites

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by: Martin L. Abbott, Michael T. Fisher

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ISBN: 0321753887
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50 practical rules for scaling technology platforms, organizations, and processes - with all the expert insights needed to apply them

  An indispensable resource for every engineer, architect, and manager who must ensure scalability

  Easy to read and use: demystifies scalability best practices that were previously too complex for many readers

  Technology agnostic: applicable in any environment

  By the world-class experts who wrote A-W's authoritative The Art of Scalability

Table of Contents






About the Authors


1 Reduce the Equation


2 Distribute Your Work


3 Design to Scale Out Horizontally


4 Use the Right Tools


5 Don't Duplicate Your Work


6 Use Caching Aggressively


7 Learn from Your Mistakes


8 Database Rules


9 Design for Fault Tolerance and Graceful Failure


10 Avoid or Distribute State


11 Asynchronous Communication and Message Buses


12 Miscellaneous Rules


13 Rule Review and Prioritization




About the Authors


Martin L. Abbott, formerly COO of Quigo, spent nearly six years at eBay, most recently as SVP of Technology/CTO. He has held engineering, management, and executive positions at Gateway and Motorola. Michael T. Fisher, a veteran software and technology executive, spent two years as CTO of Quigo. Previously, as VP of Engineering & Architecture for PayPal, he led 200+ developers. Abbott and Fisher co-authored The Art of Scalability (Addison-Wesley).