High-load systems

Highload is a system with a high load, the quantitative parameters of which are characterized by:
Basically, taking into account the bandwidth requirements, high-load systems are implemented in the form of Internet applications.
For developers of such applications, an integral part of the competencies should be an understanding of resource management mechanisms: every time the system receives a request, it should have enough free resources (CPU, memory, disk, network) to process the request in an acceptable time. Otherwise, such a system can stop working quite quickly.
the presence of complex calculations and calculations performed in real time.
a large amount of processed data;
a large number of simultaneous users of the system;
Highly loaded systems are several servers distributed functionally and geographically. This requirement is caused by the following reasons:
Distributed systems
This implies that the system must provide prompt and correct answers to growing user requests. This applies, for example, to the process of ordering goods, updating data in your personal account, changing cargo tracking statuses, etc.Facilitating interaction between suppliers and buyers.
Interactive systems
Highly loaded systems must be adapted to the changing volume of traffic – such as a decrease, sharp jumps. At the same time, users of such systems often become generators of such traffic – they generate and consume themselvesOver 19 years, we have developed more than 2000 web resources.
Dynamic systems
The need to maintain the system's operability in the event of a failure of one or part of the servers
The need to process large amounts of data that a single machine cannot physically process
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