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How to Decrease the Pain in Building Distributed Systems

Bradford Stephens[1] talking distributed systems:

Building distributed systems is painful. Many organizations are approaching the point where their data and application infrastructures are being run on many servers (in the cloud or datacenter). Our software practices don’t reflect that, often with disastrous results. This talk is a collection of scalability principles, anecdotes and practices from experts (and personal experience) from engineering, operations, and business perspectives.

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  1. Founder and CEO of Drawn to Scale, @LusciousPear  

Original title and link: How to Decrease the Pain in Building Distributed Systems (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)