Web applications require a lot of data storage. All the videos uploaded to YouTube, for example, are estimated to take up more than 500 terabytes of storage. Google’s servers overall process one petabyte of data every hour or so. Google had to create its own Web-scale file system to handle all the data that it processes and stores. As Web-scale computing and the needs of plain-old enterprise storage grow, many more companies are wishing they had a file system like Google’s.
Service to transcode audio and video, generate video thumbnails, resize and watermark images, and handle cloud storage. Transloadit | File upload processing web service Original Article: Transloadit | File upload processing web serv... Read Post
Cloud storage company Box has massive amount of data uploaded to its servers everyday. In fact, Box now has 11 million users, and 125,000 businesses using the service, representing 92 percent of the Fortune 500. With massive compani... Read Post