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Exclusive: Facebook’s Scuba project dives into performance data

Facebook wasn't satisfied with how its legacy tools measured what was working and what wasn't across the site's many-thousand servers, so it created a distributed in-memory data store called Scuba to help. Here's how it works and what other companies can take away from the project.
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