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Published: Jun 05 2008 / 13:45

This post summarizes the key parts of the LinkedIn architecture. It’s based on the presentations above, and on additional comments made during the presentation at JavaOne.
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ct replied ago:

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It's so validating to see other people ditch hibernate and even more so to hear about another big entry on the enterprise scale using Tomcat.

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Tantalus replied ago:

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Agreed. I was happy to see how much open source they are using too. I like this trend of big websites like ebay and amazon and co. opening up about their architecture.

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mraible replied ago:

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How can you ditch Hibernate if you've never used it in the first place? ;-)

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lnguyen replied ago:

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Fascinating how they've developed over the years

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joelp replied ago:

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I agree really fascinating and very impressive about how much open source they are using. Great summary.

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