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 Sizing Massively multiplayer online games

MMOGs (Massively multiplayer online games) are arguably one of the most complex technical endeavors that developers can currently undertake. Each instance of each game is a complex simulation made up of millions of lines of code and billions of graphical elements, all executed on huge clusters of the latest computer, storage, and networking equipment. Learn a performance-based approach to sizing infrastructure and successfully solve one of the most risky and costly pieces of the MMOG puzzle.

 (Submitted by Anonymous Tue Apr 24, 2007 )

  


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