5 Aug 2017 … Facebook uses Hive (Data warehouse for Hadoop, supports tables and a variant of SQL called hiveQL) and Cassandra (Multi-dimensional, distributed key-value store) for Facebook’s private messaging. Yahoo uses modified PostgreSQL. YouTube uses MySQL but they are moving to Google’s BigTable.
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have searched a lot on this topic and come out at a conclusion that Facebook use several database techniques
https://code.facebook.com/posts/190251048047090/myrocks-a-space-and-write-optimized-mysql-database. Databases replicated on multiple servers for high availability. Each specific Service uses its own domain-specific DB.
29 Aug 2017 … Thus, before answering the million dollar question of what Facebook’s infrastructure is, let us
set a … may be no reason to use a system designed to support a variety of data types and high traffic volume.
4 Oct 2017 … The third component is Facebook’s native API. Any database API is a critical
component. For Apollo, it is a Client API with read() and write() components. Users need to express theirÂ …
To accelerate the site, the Facebook Engineering team developed a program called HipHop to transform PHP source code into C++ and gain performance benefits. Facebook has one of the largest MySQL database clusters anywhere, and is the world’s largest users of memcached, an open source caching system.
13 Oct 2012 … Term database was introduced in 1960. This was introduced as simple layer that would
server as fundamental principle behind Information systems. New.
28 Mar 2018 … A slice of the data that Facebook keeps on the author: ‘This information has
millions of nefarious … I’m going to show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google
13 Mar 2015 … It is also important to note that Facebook makes heavy use of Memcached,a memory caching
system that is used to speed up dynamic database driven websites by caching data and objects in RAM toÂ …