Stability, Agility, Scalability, and Cost: The eBay Example
Dec 8, 2006 / By Paul Vallee
Anyone interested in the architecture of highly scalable and stable infrastructure will enjoy this Presentation by Randy Shoup and Dan Pritchett of Ebay on how they, in their words, “strike a balance between site stability, feature velocity, performance, and cost.”
Key takeaways: 300 new features per quarter, 26 billion sql executions per day, 99.94% available in real life.
Nice work, guys.
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