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Architecture

Global Gaming Servers (1): Content Acceleration and Architecture Comparison

This article series introduces several architecture designs for global gaming servers and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.

Global Gaming Servers (2): Typical System Design and Case Study

This article series introduces several architecture designs for global gaming servers and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each approach.

Architecture Methodology: How to Derive Application Logic from the Bottom Up

This article gives a thorough rundown of what "architecture" is, classifies it into distinct categories, and talks about use cases.

Application Logical Architecture: Definition and Derivation

This article discusses in detail on what an "architecture" is, its methodology, derivation, and real-world applications.

Cloud Native Image Distribution System Dragonfly Announces to Join CNCF

Today Cloud Native Computing Foundation( CNCF ) announces: cloud native image distribution system Dragonfly joins CNCF as a sandbox level project.

Three Signs it's Time to Leave Your Monolithic Applications Behind

This article describes the three signs that you should look out for switching from a monolithic architecture to microservices.

A Gift to the Society: Alibaba's Road of Technological Innovation

This article discusses Alibaba's contribution to the economy through technological innovation.

Simplify and Optimize Your Network with SD-WAN

This article explains what SD-WAN is, its advantages, and compares it to traditional WAN.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 5

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 6

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 4

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 3

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 2

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

5-year Evolution of Ele.me's Transaction System – Part 1

In this blog, Wanqing talks in depth about the evolution of Ele.me, Alibaba's online food delivery service platform, drawing from his personal experience in the team.

Flutter Analysis and Practice: Evolution and Innovation of Flutter-Based Architecture

This article talks about the evolution and innovation of Xianyu's Flutter-based architecture.

Getting Started with Serverless | Architecture Evolution

The article compares conventional application architecture and cloud-native product architecture to explain the concept of "serverless".

Flexible and Efficient Cloud-native Cluster Management Experience with Kubernetes

This article discusses the challenges in managing multiple Kubernetes clusters and explores how using Kubernetes to manage Kubernetes clusters helps in cloud-native environments.

The Concept and Challenges of Serverless

This article analyzes the core concepts of serverless systems from the application architecture perspective and summarizes the challenges faced while implementing serverless systems.

The Sound and the Fury of Serverless

This article discusses serverless in-depth and talks about how serverless is being used. It also discusses the immediate needs pertaining to serverless and explores framework and runtime innovation.

Insights into Serverless Architecture and Product Selection

This article analyzes the routine development process and compares it with the various serverless implementations across the software industry.