50 Powerful, Easy-to-Use Rules for Supporting Hypergrowth in Any Environment Scalability Rules is the easy-to-use scalability primer and reference for every architect, developer, web professional, and manager. Authors Martin L. Abbott and Michael T. Fisher have helped scale more than 200 hypergrowth Internet sites through their consulting practice. Now, drawing on their unsurpassed experience, they present 50 clear, proven scalability rulesaand practical guidance for applying them. Abbott and Fisher transform scalability from a ablack arta to a set of realistic, technology-agnostic best practices for supporting hypergrowth in nearly any environment, including both frontend and backend systems. For architects, they offer powerful new insights for creating and evaluating designs. For developers, they share specific techniques for handling everything from databases to state. For managers, they provide invaluable help in goal-setting, decision-making, and interacting with technical teams. Whatever your role, youall find practical risk/benefit guidance for setting prioritiesaand getting maximum abang for the buck.a ac Simplifying architectures and avoiding aover-engineeringa ac Scaling via cloning, replication, separating functionality, and splitting data sets ac Scaling out, not up ac Getting more out of databases without compromising scalability ac Avoiding unnecessary redirects and redundant double-checking ac Using caches and content delivery networks more aggressively, without introducing unacceptable complexity ac Designing for fault tolerance, graceful failure, and easy rollback ac Striving for statelessness when you can; efficiently handling state when you must ac Effectively utilizing asynchronous communication ac Learning quickly from mistakes, and much more50 Powerful, Easy-to-Use Rules for Supporting Hypergrowth in Any Environment Scalability Rules is the easy-to-use scalability primer and reference for every architect, developer, web professional, and manager.
|Author||:||Martin L. Abbott, Michael T. Fisher|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2011-05-04|