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HTTP Push and Pull – Introduction

HTTP is the most common method of data transfer in client server-based architecture. But there are two ways for data transfer: HTTP Push and...

HTTP Response Codes – A complete guide

HTTP response codes are the set of responses sent by the server to a client to inform the request was successfully received and the...

HTTP request methods – REST API verbs

In, this post we are going to discuss different types of HTTP request methods available and their usage. HTTP request methods are the set of...

Designing Pastebin Architecture – System Design

The prerequisite for learning the Pastebin architecture is, how to design a URL Shortner Service. Please read it here... 1. What is Pastebin? Pastebin is a...

Consistent Hashing – System Design

Consistent hashing is done to implement scalability into the storage system by dividing up the data among multiple storage servers. We use consistent hashing when...

Designing a scalable URL Shortener like Tiny URL

The goal of the project is to design a Url shortener service like bit.ly or tinyurl.com that is realtime scalable.  1. Url Shortener Url Shortener is...

What is CDN and how does it work?

CDN or Content Delivery Network is a global network that is used to minimize the distance between the visitor and the Website server and...

What are Load Balancers and how Load Balancing is done?

A Load Balancers is a critical component in designing any distributed systems. Load Balancer does its magic by diving the traffic among a group...

Horizontal Scaling and Vertical Scaling

Scaling is the ability of a system to grow or shrink in size to meet the increasing user requirement. A scalable system has an...

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