Theoretically this cache module likely to handle this smoothly.
The first thing you read about improving the performance of WordPress is to use caching.
We use WordPress as blogging software. Essentially, we never had tested it under Slashdot effect conditions, where thousands of users simultaneous seek for to access similar webpage on the website.
OliNo website is hosted in the Amazon Elastic Computer Cloud. Swarmcast was developed by OpenCola, a Canadian software company.
While easing the server’s burden, only after users install the Swarmcast client software on their PCs, the Swarmcast ‘serverside’ software breaks requested content into pieces which are shared user to user by the client software.
It shifts into P2Pish sharing only when the server’s load gets high, bitTorrent is Bram Cohen’s software approach to identical solution. Essentially, the approach is extremely interesting since the more people making an attempt to get at particular content, the easier that sharing becomes as long as the larger number of users.
I believe the ‘P2P type’ solution makes tal sense, and is a great example of thinking outside the box, as for the software.
Any site that’s offering up something new or that gets Slashdotted need serious content delivery and to avoid the Slashdot effect, similar content. Idea of a server pool has identical company or schools/gov’ts as you pointed out, therefore the Switch’s Paltry Launch Lineup Doesn’t Justify a DayOne.
Call me selfish but, the last thing I need is 10000 people striving to connect to and download files from my need all of my precious bandwidth consumed and my workstation crushed under the load as long as some hottie just released being that CNN has the latest on seek for, it does tend to saturate uplink when transferring.