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Consistent hashing


Consistent hashing is an algorithm used to assign keys to nodes in a distributed system by using the key's hash value and the node's assigned weight to determine the appropriate node for the key. This allows for minimal remapping when nodes are added or removed from the cluster.
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What is a container?


In this article I want to provide you with a simple abstract in order for you to discover the container paradigm yourself.
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Latency based routing in AWS


Both Global Accelerator and Route 53 latency-based routing policies provide a nice way to efficiently and latency-friendly balance load between resources, but what's the difference and when should you use what?
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Behind the scenes, Lambda


What's better than containerization? Written in Rust, open source and the core of how AWS Lambda functions are powered, Firecracker!
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