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Welcome to High Scalability

We started High Scalability to help you build successful scalable websites. This site tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your system with confidence. Hopefully this site will move you further and faster along the learning curve of success. Please Start Here

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Reader Comments (20)

Todd,

This is an awesome site and I was happy to find it on Digg - keep up the good work! My site is in the midst of an overhaul and we are building out a new network, but at some point I'd definitely like to add a link here. Meanwhile I'll add the RSS feed and keep my eye on the goings on here.

Thanks!

Randy

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterRandy

There has not been a good aggregated source of this kind of information. Keep it up.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterErik Osterman

I'm loving it...this is turning out to be a great resource...

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterDon

Todd,

Thanks for putting this site together. It was really hard to find information about really great architectures in real world which scale to millions of users. This is really great stuff.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterKumar

Great Site! :)
Any post about sites that lunch network of sites? e.g. Ning?

Thanks!
D

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterDodo

I have been inhaling the posts on your weblog. It's a great place to learn how to deal with scalability issues and how various people have solved the issues that challenged them.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterFonts Kompot

Hi,

highscalability.com is one from my favorites sites.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterAlexei

Excellent website, its nice to know how the big sites do it!

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterMatt

I have been inhaling the posts on your weblog. It's a great place to learn how to deal with scalability issues and how various people have solved the issues that challenged them.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterHaber

Thanks for putting this site together. It was really hard to find information about really great architectures in real world which scale to millions of users.

This is an awesome site and I was happy to find it on Digg - keep up the good work! My site is in the midst of an overhaul and we are building out a new network, but at some point I'd definitely like to add a link here. Meanwhile I'll add the RSS feed and keep my eye on the goings on here.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commentertrgamer

Please take this post off the front page. Every time I (and I suspect many others) look at it, I say. "Oh, They haven't posted anything new yet" and go away. Archaeological order is the way to go.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterElliotte Harold

Hi Elliotte, I understand what you are saying and I agree to a large extent. The idea is to provide a good experience for new visitors while still not inconveniencing returns users too much. I hate it when I go to a site and have no idea what the site is about or how to use the site, so thus the short sticky top post was born. Not ideal, but I hope it's an OK compromise.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterTodd Hoff

I'm loving it...this is turning out to be a great resource...

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenterwardh

I'm going to translate some of the Tod's articles into russian for http://highlyscalable.ru/

Alex,
http://highlyscalable.ru/
http://highlyscalable.com/

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterHighly Scalable .ru

Thanks for a great read. This is the first time I sat down to really take my time on the site.

I would agree with Elliotte (above), but I can appreciate your position. It still messes with my head though...

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterBill R.

Great site, is rarely to find such a site on the net. Would definitely keep on eyes and subscribe the rss feed so i wouldn't miss out single post

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterWireless Dog Fence

Wonderful site!! Kudos Todd => just what the web needed!!!!!

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterAhad B.

I'm excited to have discovered this site. Keep up the good work Todd!

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Bailey

The 6th Conference on Open Source Monitoring is starting on 29th November 2011

From 29th until 30th November 2011 the 6th Open Source Monitoring Conference (OSMC) is taking place in Nuremberg.
The first topics of the lecture program are already determined! The conference participants from system and network administration, development and IT-management can look forward again to the bilingual presentations on high-level.

Europe´s trend-setting conference on Open Source Monitoring best known for Nagios and Icinga, provides an ideal platform for interested parties to discuss with open source specialists, exchange opinions and to get best practices from each other.

This year for the first time, there will be three in-depth workshops about “SLA Reporting für Nagios und Icinga mit Jasper”, “Konfigurationsmanagement mit Puppet” as well as “Icinga Kickstart” on the day before the conference. Please note that the workshops are only available in German.
For further information about the program, the offered booking packages and the workshops, please check out our Website

August 26, 2011 | Registered CommenterMarkus Neder

Open Source Monitoring Conference on Nagios 2011 - Meet | Discuss | Experience

In a few weeks Open Source Monitoring Conference will take place again to meet, discuss, experience – open source! From 29th until 30th November 2011 the conference will attract once more an international public involved in IT, from system and network administration to development and IT-management.

Europe´s trend-setting conference with its emphasis on Nagios and Icinga, offers you the great opportunity to acquire the latest know-how and to learn more about the current trends and developments in system monitoring. The range of topics varies from those suitable for beginners to lectures aimed at experts e.g. monitoring solutions in huge environments or cluster systems.

The entertainment program, including the evening event, encourages networking as well as the exchange of experiences and best practice between participants and lecturers. Take the chance to talk to leading open source specialists!

This year once more, over 200 international visitors are expected!

For detailed information about Open Source Monitoring Conference 2011, please visit the website: http://www.netways.de/osmc

October 24, 2011 | Registered CommenterMarkus Neder

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