Posted by: psilva | June 16, 2010

Audio White Paper – Built to Scale


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Many applications are developed today in the hopes that they will one day become “superstars” like Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace.  But they aren’t necessarily developed with the capacity and performance expectations that are required of superstars.  Twitter, for example, is in the midst of a nearly complete architectural renovation due to its inability to scale. In the meantime, users are frustrated by the constant outages and instability of the popular Web 2.0 site.  There are three proactive measures you can take during the development of an application to ensure it is secure, fast, and available when it hits superstar status.  Read full white paper here.  And click here for more F5 Audio.

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