Google's Matt Cutts On Percolator, Dremel & Pregel

Mar 6, 2014 • 8:47 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

google matt cuttsI doubt this will help you with your SEO and rankings but hey it is always fun hearing an engineer talk about some really technical details about how certain things are used at Google.

In his latest video, Matt answers how Google uses Percolator, Dremel and Pregel?

Here are the technical documents on each:

Here is how Matt sums it up in four minutes:

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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Comments:

hhc

03/06/2014 04:30 pm

How it is possible that some "not-googler" person can know that google is using that systems?, or is it another "auto-question" and i didn't realize?

Stuart David

03/06/2014 05:55 pm

Google make it public knowledge, and then people dig in deep on that info to find out more

nrobin9

03/07/2014 04:49 am

Worst webmaster video ever.

or zilberman

03/09/2014 09:19 am

Google is the source of many technologies that are everyday use in the "big-data". Google is the inventor of the "big-table" scheme which hadoop is based on. Google often releases publications about it's technical implementations and they're way to tackle "Size Problems" for hyper scale systems.

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