Netflix stores the master copy of its data in the cloud, and the company's director of architecture Adrian Cockcroft thinks that startups should do the same thing. Cockcroft shared some of Netflix's experiences with AWS as part of a guru panel at GigaOM's Structure conference.
Amazon has become the cloud king, with its AWS offerings providing cloud-based storage and processing that takes a lot of the cost out of deploying new products and applications. Netflix, DropBox and Yelp are all AWS clients, but th... Read Post
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