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Web search for a planet: The Google cluster architecture

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Amenable to extensive parallelization, Google's web search application lets different queries run on different processors and, by partitioning the overall index, also lets a single query use multiple processors. to handle this workload, Googless architecture features clusters of more than 15,000 commodity-class PCs with fault tolerant software. This architecture achieves superior performance at a fraction of the cost of a system built from fewer, but more expensive, high-end servers.

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Micro, IEEE  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 2 )

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March-April 2003

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