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In partitioned databases, trading some consistency for availability can lead to dramatic improvements in scalability. DAN PRITCHETT, EBAY
"In partitioned databases, trading some consistency for availability can lead to dramatic improvements in scalability.
DAN PRITCHETT, EBAY"
db  nosql  base  ACID  consistency  partitioning  availability  database  scalability  ebay  DanPritchett  paper  queue  longreads 
november 2009 by rafaeldff
Robey - scarling -> kestrel
Post with some details about Kestrel, the open-source message queue built by Twitter. It's written in Scala and speaks the memcache protocol (with some additions for blocking and acknowledgments protocols).
Kestrel  blog  post  middleware  project  opensource  messaging  MQ  MessageQueue  queue  distributed  system  Twitter  Scala  memcached  memcache  starling 
january 2009 by rafaeldff
Don Norman's jnd.org / The Psychology of Waiting Lines
"Waiting is an inescapable part of life, but that doesn’t mean we enjoy it. But if the lines are truly inescapable, what can be done to make them less painful? Although there is a good deal of practical knowledge, usually known within the heads of corporate managers, very little has been published about the topic. [...] In the PDF file, The Psychology of Waiting Lines, I bring the study of waiting lines up to date, following the spirit of Maister’s original publication, but with considerable revision in light of modern findings. I suggest eight design principles, starting with the “emotions dominate” and ending with the principle that “memory of an event is more important than the experience.”"
paper  DonNorman  DonaldNorman  usability  UX  experience  UserExperience  design  psychology  marketing  queues  queue  lines  line  wait  waiting  cognition  toread 
august 2008 by rafaeldff
ACM Queue - A Conversation with Jason Hoffman: A systems scientist looks at virtualization, scalability, and Ruby on Rails
Sun's Bryan Cantrill interviews Joyent's Jason Hoffman. Among some of the things they discuss is Rails sudden success and the future of data management. Recommended.
BryanCantrill  JasonHoffman  ACM  Queue  interview  magazine  RoR  Rails  datacenter  data  megadata  Joyent  hosting  cloud  Sun  CloudComputing  virtualization  Solaris  OpenSolaris  database 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
Interview with Michael Stonebraker
Michael Stonebraker: "What I see happening is that the large database vendors, whom I’ll call the elephants, are selling a one-size-fits-all, 30-year-old architecture that dates from somewhere in the late 1970s." (many more excellent tidbits in there)
MichaelStonebraker  interview  article  ACM  Queue  magazine  data  DB  DBMS  RDBMS  information  trends  MargoSeltzer  via:WernerVogels  streambase  streaming  EDA  events  OLTP  DataWarehouse  systems  performance  latency 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
ACM Queue - The Virtualization Reality - Are hypervisors the new foundation for system software?
Nice overview of virtualization technology, mostly from a technical standpoint, but also describing it's benefits.
article  ACM  queue  SimonCrosby  Xensource  DavidBrown  Sun  virtualization  VM  OS  hardware  systems  XEN 
december 2006 by rafaeldff
ACM Queue - Like a Podcast in the Sea - Mean Ol' LoTech Blues - Is it just a matter of semantics?
Another great Stan Kelly-Bootle column at ACM Queue. This time he tackles the abuse of words like "paradigm" through an etymological and semantic approach.
article  rant  ACM  Queue  StanKelly-Bootle  paradigm  buzzword  etymology  semantics  history  market  tech  HiTech  StanBootle 
august 2006 by rafaeldff
Web services programming tips and tricks: Learn simple, practical Web services design patterns, Part 1
"This first tip in a series shows you how to implement asynchronous query operations using Java Messaging Service (JMS) queues."
article  DeveloperWorks  Design  Patterns  WebServices  SOA  JavaEE  JMS  queue  queueing  messaging  JamesSnell  software  tip  tips 
june 2006 by rafaeldff

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