Inside MySpace: The StoryBy David F. Carr | Posted 2007-01-16 Print
Booming traffic demands put a constant stress on the social network's computing infrastructure. Here's how it copes.
Booming traffic demands put a constant stress on the social network's computing infrastructure. Yet, MySpace developers have repeatedly redesigned the Web site software, database and storage systems in an attempt to keep pace with exploding growth - the site now handles almost 40 billion page views a month. Most corporate Web sites will never have to bear more than a small fraction of the traffic MySpace handles, but anyone seeking to reach the mass market online can learn from its experience.
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