Content tagged with: scalability
Since 2008, Airbnb has relied on AWS to grow its community-based, travel marketplace to over 9 million guests in five years. Find out how the five-person operations team can focus on building a successful travel business because AWS allows Airbnb to scale its infrastructure automatically to host up to 150,000 guests any day or night.
Don’t you wish you could do more than one thing at a time? The same goes for your cloud. What’s the use of all this great raw computing power if your applications can’t adapt to load requirements as demand fluctuates? Now, with Platform-as-a-Service, elastic scalability is not only possible in the cloud, but practical and necessary as well.
Learn how to scale an Express and Socket.io based chat application that uses Redis as session store and RabbitMQ as PubSub service.
Dynamically scaling applications in cloud computing environments is a fairly simple task. But doing it in a way that maintains performance while maximizing resources and minimizing costs well, that is not so trivial a task unless you have the right tools. This blog post explains that doing Cloud scalability right should be a balancing act that maximizes performance and efficiency while minimizing costs. While allowing “the cloud” to auto-scale encourages operational efficiency, it often does so at the expense of performance and higher costs.