Great Architectures, Stacks & DevOps at Webscale

By Chris Ueland

Scaling DNS with dnsdist

A buddy of mine just published a blog post here which is the inspiration of me posting this. I thought it might be interesting to some readers. Dnsdist is an open source project from the PowerDNS team. It is a DNS load balancer that is DDoS aware and can deliver great performance to legitimate users […] Read more

Scaling your Personal Knowledge: Being a “Mentee”

This purpose of me writing this blog post is to build on my last post, Experiment to Scale Personal Knowledge. My hope is someone finds it useful as I discuss how to short cut the learning curve to be able to learn more through a mentor’s experience and scale yourself personally. In my previous post, […] Read more

Experiment to Scale Personal Knowledge

Hi! Today, I’m writing to share a personal experiment I’ve been working on for 2016. Growing up, I always had problems reading books. My right eye is “lazy”. The technical term is Amblyopia. I used to have to wear an eye patch and have to train my eyes as a kid. I was never really […] Read more

Changes Coming Soon to ScaleScale

Hi, I’ve been thinking about some new content for this site and we’re going to create a couple of categories: 1) Scaling Stories Things like the NetFlix stack. Coming soon will be:, Teleconsole, 2) Technical Scaling DIY Things like tips for NGinx, AWS, Rolling your own CDN etc. Coming Soon: Part II of Rolling […] Read more