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+ - MySpace Uses Cloud for Massive Load Tests->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Here is a really interesting article about how a big site like MySpace uses thousands of cloud computing cores to do performance testing on it's live site. There are some really great numbers in there from the performance tests, like generating 16GB/second of bandwidth and 77,000 hits/second during testing (not including the live traffic on the site at the time)."
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MySpace Uses Cloud for Massive Load Tests

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