Scaling Memcache at Facebook By. Rajesh Nishtala , Hans Fugal, Steven Grimm, Marc Kwiatkowski, Herman Lee, Harry C. Li, Ryan McElroy, Mike Paleczny , Daniel Peek, Paul Saab, David Stafford, Tony Tung,Venkateshwaran Venkataramani. Reviewed by: Ahlam Alkathami ID:433920272. OUTLINE.
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Scaling Memcache at FacebookBy
Rajesh Nishtala, Hans Fugal, Steven Grimm, Marc Kwiatkowski, Herman Lee, Harry C. Li, Ryan McElroy, Mike Paleczny, Daniel Peek, Paul Saab, David Stafford, Tony Tung,VenkateshwaranVenkataramani
- Readheavy workload
- wide fan-out
are potentially stale and the query should be redirected to the master region.
- Amazon.com: their system is optimized for a write heavy workload,
Facebook targets a workload dominated by reads.
- Twitter: has also independently developed a memcache proxy similar to mcrouter.
- Ghandeharizadeh and Yap :presents an algorithm that addresses the stale set problem based on time-stamps rather than explicit version numbers.