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Distributed systems for fun and profit

A single page, long, but great read about distributed systems:

In this text I’ve tried to provide a more accessible introduction to distributed systems. To me, that means two things: introducing the key concepts that you will need in order to have a good time reading more serious texts, and providing a narrative that covers things in enough detail that you get a gist of what’s going on without getting stuck on details. It’s 2013, you’ve got the Internet, and you can selectively read more about the topics you find most interesting.

Original title and link: Distributed systems for fun and profit (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://book.mixu.net/distsys/single-page.html