Scalable, Available, Stable, Performant, and Intelligent System Design Patterns
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Scalable, Available, Stable, Performant, and Intelligent System Design Patterns

An updated and curated list of readings to illustrate best practices and patterns in building scalable, available, stable, performant, and intelligent large-scale systems. Concepts are explained in the articles of prominent engineers and credible references. Case studies are taken from battle-tested systems that serve millions to billions of users.

If your system goes slow 🚥

Understand your problems: scalability problem (fast for a single user but slow under heavy load) or performance problem (slow for a single user) by reviewing some design principles and checking how scalability and performance problems are solved at tech companies. The section of intelligence are created for those who work with data and machine learning at big (data) and deep (learning) scale.

If your system goes down 🚧

"Even if you lose all one day, you can build all over again if you retain your calm!" - Thuan Pham, CTO of Uber. So, keep calm and mind the availability and stability matters!

If you are having a system design interview 🌊

Look at some interview notes and real-world architectures with completed diagrams to get a comprehensive view before designing your system on whiteboard. You can check some talks of engineers from tech giants to know how they build, scale, and optimize their systems. There are some selected books for you (most of them are free)! Good luck 🍀

If you are building your dream team 🎡

The goal of scaling team is not growing team size but increasing team output and value. You can find out how tech companies reach that goal in various aspects: hiring, management, organization, culture, and communication in the organization section.

Community power 🚠🚡🚠

Contributions are greatly welcome! You may want to take a look at the contribution guidelines.

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This project is created and maintained by Quoc-Binh Nguyen, R&D Software Engineer at Agency for Science, Technology and Research of Singapore. Thank You & Happy Coding ❤️