Posts Tagged ‘Netflix’

 

Google's N. America web traffic bigger than FB, Netflix and Instagram combined

Washington, July 24 : Search engine giant Google on an average day reportedly handles 25 percent of web traffic running through North American ISPs which makes it bigger than Facebook, Netflix and Instagram combined.

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Netflix shows off its Hadoop architecture

Netflix is at it again, this time showing off its homemade architecture for running Hadoop workloads in the Amazon Web Services cloud. It's all about the flexibility of being able to run, manage and access multiple clusters while eliminating as many barriers as possible.

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Who really runs Netflix?

A Christmas Eve crash of Amazon Web Services blacked out Netflix

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Netflix Restores Streaming Video After Christmas Outages

The company said its online streaming was affected by issues in Web services provided by Amazon in the U.S.

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Netflix Restores Streaming Video After Christmas Outages

The company said its online streaming was affected by issues in Web services provided by Amazon in the U.S.

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Netflix blames Amazon for Christmas Eve outage

The event marks the latest in a series of outages from Amazon Web Services, with one occurring in April of last year that knocked out such sites as Reddit and Foursquare.

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4 Reasons Netflix Didn't Crash Today

A rival emerges, but Netflix soars. It may seem odd, bu the move makes perfect sense.

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Netflix Releases Hystrix, A Service For Making Apps In The Cloud More Resilient

Netflix is open sourcing its libraries for connecting the numerous services it uses on Amazon Web Services to keep its business running. Dubbed Hystrix , the offering is just another example of how Netflix has become the model for how to deploy and maintain a

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Know your limits as mobile data plans shift

Working up a holiday shopping list? New cellphone, iPad Mini, Netflix subscription check, check, check.

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Virginia Storm Knocks Out Netflix, Instagram, Pinterest Servers

NEW YORK - Netflix, Instagram and Pinterest are using Twitter and Facebook to update subscribers after a Virginia storm caused server outages for hours.

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