Google compute cloud load balances 1 million requests per second for $10 – Ars Technica

Posted on Dec 3 2013 - 7:25pm by Zennie Abraham

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Google Compute Engine, the company’s infrastructure-as-a-service cloud that competes against Amazon Web Services, is trying to take reliability and scale to the extreme. Yesterday, the company said it was able to serve “one million load balanced requests
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