Scaling MySpace, Farmville, and Second Life

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James Hamilton of Amazon Web Services wrote up some nice posts about how MySpace, Farmville, and Second Life handle huge amounts of bursty traffic.  Interesting reading if you’re in the business of building high volume web services.

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