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Sanjeev KumarDirector Engineering at Facebook

How Project Triforce Prepared our Software Stack for Prineville

Posted about 7 years ago
blog post · Infra · Data · Compute · Hardware · Open Compute · Prineville · Data Centers · MySQL

For the first few years of Facebook’s existence, we served our users from data centers in a single region in Northern California. As the site grew, we added a second region of data centers in Virginia in 2007, and this year, we launched our third region in Prineville, Oregon. Read more...

Jay ParkEngineering

Designing a Very Efficient Data Center

Posted about 7 years ago
blog post · Data · Compute · Hardware · Data Centers · Prineville · Open Source · Open Compute

When we started designing our Prineville, Ore., data center as part of the Open Compute Project, we did so with a "less is more" philosophy. We wanted a highly energy efficient, less costly, simpler and more reliable facility that could serve as a model for other data centers. Read more...

Jonathan HeiligerVP Tech Operations at Facebook

Building Efficient Data Centers with the Open Compute Project

Posted about 7 years ago

A small team of Facebook engineers spent the past two years tackling a big challenge: how to scale our computing infrastructure in the most efficient and economical way possible. Read more...

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