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Did you know that Google’s network can transfer the entirety of Wikipedia in under one second? Welcome back to Discovering Data Centers, where Stephanie Wong peels back the layers that power Google’s data centers. In this episode, she discusses how Google’s global fiber optic network seamlessly hands off web traffic at scale to keep Google Cloud services running.
Chapters: 0:00 - Intro 0:45 - Building a redundant global network 1:39 - Google’s network software mesh Jupiter 2:16 - Where the Google Cloud network lives
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