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Alternative architecture for multi-instance, client-to-client message relay/broker

Research leads me to believe the most common architecture for a multi-instance (horizontally-scaling) message relay service (the typical example being an instant messenger/chat service) is to ...
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Operate on data that doesn't fit into JVM

We have a service where we have billions of key-value data stored in some storage. Before actually querying the data, we query the bloom filter to determine if the key may exist or definitely does not ...
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Why can't we vertically scale a system infinitely?

When talking about scaling a system, it's often said that vertical scaling has limitations. So after a point, we need to scale the system horizontally. What are the limitations of: Main memory - ...
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How microservices db are updated and sync when scale? [closed]

Scenario: In Case I have MS "MS-1" Orchestration detect high volume Orchestration create additional node with cloned MS "MS-2" "MS-2" get request and update its DB Question : How MS "MS-1" will ...
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How to handle concurrent updates for the same record in a distributed system

I'm trying to figure out the best solution for the below. Any help would be great. So basically I have a service (that can be scaled horizontally), which listens on a queue. Every message received ...
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Efficiency of horizontal scaling when Multiple Deployment of same container on a single Host

Do we get efficiency in terms of load handling when the same container (in this case the container has a apache server and a php application) is deployed 5 or more times (i.e. 5 or more containers are ...
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Scaling an overgrown SCRUM team

Backstory A scrum team is well defined. They have a PO, scrum master, clearly defined scope. The workload increases, as more and more projects are covered and need to be maintained, but it is still ...