I'm digging through various Redis/Ceph/Elliptics benchmark to determine, whenever its theoretically possible to reach (very optimistic) request completion time below milliseconds in a non-SSD ...
I'm forced to have this directory structure /var/www/$WEBSITE/$DIR1/$DIR2/$FILES for each of those $FILES, there is approx 50,000 XHTML pages. I'm running Cherokee, which has new front-end caching ...
I like the concept of relying on third-party service hosting my data but what's the point of using super-fast NoSQL storage via remote hosting? It maybe in different datacenter or even country! And ...