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Published on Jun 4, 2007
A Computing System for the World's Information: A Look Behind the Scenes at Google Jeff Dean When collecting, indexing, and organizing large amounts of information using thousands of unreliable computers, one quickly discovers that the right software infrastructure can make all the difference. In this talk, we'll discuss our underlying computing hardware, and the design principles and implementations of GFS, MapReduce and BigTable, three internal systems that are used at Google for a wide variety of purposes.
Speaker Bio:Jeff joined Google in 1999 and is currently a Google Fellow in Google's Systems Infrastructure Group. While at Google he has worked on Google's crawling, indexing, query serving, and advertising systems, implemented a number of search quality improvements, built various pieces of Google's distributed computing infrastructure, and worked on a variety of internal and external developer tools.