Tuesday, March 6, 2007
One of the thrills of releasing software at Google is knowing that a successful product launch might test the limits of application scalability. The web's unparalleled growth is fueled by the efforts of millions, and with that diversity comes a richness of perspective and insight. That's why I'm excited to see that Google is planning its first-ever conference on scalable systems, taking place on June 23rd at the Seattle office.
Would you like to learn more about scaling to million of people and billions of transactions? Maybe you would want to share your experience? To hear more about the event, please visit the Google Research Blog and read the announcement on the Seattle conference on scalability.