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Facebook is so insanely big, it had to design a brand new DHCP server

28/05/2019

You can tell a lot about the direction of a company by looking at its tech stack. A great example of this comes from Facebook, which today announced the creation of a brand new open-source DHCP server, as it had outgrown the existing products. This tool, called DHCPLB, will allow it to more efficiently scale its data...
You can tell a lot about the direction of a company by looking at its tech stack. A great example of this comes from Facebook, which today announced the creation of a brand new open-source DHCP server, as it had outgrown the existing products. This tool, called DHCPLB, will allow it to more efficiently scale its data center efforts. First, a little bit of technical dreariness. Hang tight, dear reader, as this bit’s important. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Although it’s unlikely to be familiar to non-technical readers, it’s worth knowing about, as it’s fundamental to how computer… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook You can tell a lot about the direction of a company by looking at its tech stack. A great example of this comes from Facebook, which today announced the creation of a brand new open-source DHCP server, as it had outgrown the existing products. This tool, called DHCPLB, will allow it to more efficiently scale its data center efforts. First, a little bit of technical dreariness. Hang tight, dear reader, as this bit’s important. DHCP stands for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Although it’s unlikely to be familiar to non-technical readers, it’s worth knowing about, as it’s fundamental to how computer… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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