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Fault Domains and the Vegas Rule | Expedia Engineering Blog
I like this concept -- analogous to AWS' AZs -- limit blast radius of an outage by explicitly defining dependency scopes
aws  az  fault-domains  vegas-rule  blast-radius  outages  reliability  architecture 
9 weeks ago by jm
Communication costs in real-world networks
Peter Bailis has generated some good real-world data about network performance and latency, measured using EC2 instances, between ec2 regions, between zones, and between hosts in a single AZ. good data (particularly as I was looking for this data in a public source not too long ago).

I wasn’t aware of any datasets describing network behavior both within and across datacenters, so we launched m1.small Amazon EC2 instances in each of the eight geo-distributed “Regions,” across the three us-east “Availability Zones” (three co-located datacenters in Virginia), and within one datacenter (us-east-b). We measured RTTs between hosts for a week at a granularity of one ping per second.


Some of the high-percentile measurements are undoubtedly impact of host and VM behaviour, but that is still good data for a typical service built in EC2.
networks  performance  measurements  benchmarks  ops  ec2  networking  internet  az  latency 
may 2013 by jm

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