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Pokemon Go traffic surged to 50 times Niantic's initial estimates

I'm always fascinated by developer interviews and retrospectives on popular games, and Pokémon Go was easily the biggest release of the year so far. Google's Cloud platform was the tech running in the background for Pokémon Go's launch, and the team posted an article today that explains a little bit about what was going on behind the scenes. The article is a little more technical than I was expecting, but there is some interesting stuff in there.
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