Facebook is reportedly spending more than $1 million a month on power for its data centers as it deals with an enormous volume of user-generated content. Read More
Facebook now hosts 10 billion photos, and is adding 2 terabytes a day of photo storage. That will mean more servers and more data center space. Read More
Last week we picked up on a report of what appeared to be a significant pending announcement that Facebook and Dell are “working together on a project that will represent ‘the next generation of cloud computing,’” noting that although there’s “lots of hype around cloud projects, this is one to watch.”… Read More
Facebook and Dell (DELL) are working together on a project that will represent “the next generation of cloud computing.” This can’t be good news for Rackable (RACK).
Facebook engineer Jason Sobel provides some background on the company’s data center expansion in Ashburn, Virginia.
Facebook engineer Jason Sobel provides some background on the company’s data center expansion in Ashburn, Virginia. Read More
Who has the best cloud server? Microsoft (MSFT) and Facebook have huge requirements, and vendors are taking notice.
Facebook has arranged new financing to buy $100 million worth of servers.
Facebook is now running 10,000 servers, including 1,800 MySQL servers that are overseen by just two database administrators.
MySpace has had better uptime than Facebook thus far in 2008, and both are faring better than LinkedIn.