Google first production server at Computer History Museum Here’s the description showed along with the system. — First Google Production Server Google, Inc., United States With limited funds, Google founders Lary Page and Sergey Brin initially deployed this system of inexpensive, interconnected PCs to procss many thousands of search requests per second from Google users. This hardware system reflected the Google search algorithm itself, which is based on tolerating multiple computer failures and optimizing around them. This production server was one of about thirty such racks in the first Google data center. Even though many of the installed PCs never worked and were difficult to repair, these racks provided Google with its first large-scale computing system and allowed the company to grow quickly and at minimal cost. — And, you can find the photos on the Flickr below. Sorry for the low quality 🙁 farm1.static.flickr.com farm1.static.flickr.com farm1.static.flickr.com farm1.static.flickr.com
This is it. War of the servers, the complete movie, right here right now. Also, to Lit Fuse Films, I just want to say that the whole Stuff Inc. deal is to show that my company is hosting the movie on youtube, nothing more! All credit goes to Robert Stoneman, Lit Fuse Films, and the rest of the crew who made this video. I TAKE NO CREDIT! Update: Also, I’m leaving the episode versions of the movie for the sake of those with slower speeds or lower bandwidths, etc.
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