Does this look familiar?
If yes, then you’re at the right place.
We will show you how to:
- Accept more connections
- Avoid putting all your eggs in one basket
- Get faster page-loads
- Increase web and database performance
- Decrease your server memory usage
- Split your server load across multiple machines
- Decrease your bandwidth usage
- Increase your throughput
- Plan for failures and disasters
- … and much more
Scalability (n.): The potential for your website to continue to function effectively as its size and popularity increases.
We will provide configuration examples for:
Failover (n.): The capability to automatically switch to a redundant or standby server during failure of one or more a components.
We will show you techniques for:
- NAT and Direct Routing
- Reverse Proxying
- Server and Network Profiling
- … and much more
- DRM-free PDF document, accessible on almost any device, which you can print for your own personal use
- 6 x Network architecture designs
- Tuned configuration files for popular Open Source Software
- PHP source code samples
- BASH command-line examples for automation
- Tips and tricks for scalable architectures
- Extensive explanations on how to build and scale your architecture
- Failure scenarios, and how they are handled
- 30-day satisfaction guarantee
Expert (n.): A person who has a comprehensive and authoritative knowledge of or skill in a particular area.
The “Web Scaling vol. 1” eBook is the first of a 3-part series covering various network architectures and designs.
- This volume covers small architectures ranging from 2 to 4 servers
- It’s for the person who’s just getting started in the world of scalability
- If you need some quick, simple and effective solutions for your growing website
- Not for scaling to the size of Twitter or Facebook
Volume 2 and 3 will cover more advanced architectures, typically ranging from 5 to 10 to hundreds, even thousands of servers, private switches, routers, dedicated appliances and “The Cloud”.