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Large production environments using ZODB/ZOE?

I've been reading a lot recently on ZODB/ZOE, but I've not seen any
reference to its use in large-scale production envrironments.

Are there any real-world examples of ZODB/ZOE in use for a large
system? By large, I'm thinking in terms of both horizontally-scaled
systems and in terms of data storage size.
Aug 7 '08 #1
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Phillip B Oldham a écrit :
I've been reading a lot recently on ZODB/ZOE, but I've not seen any
reference to its use in large-scale production envrironments.

Are there any real-world examples of ZODB/ZOE in use for a large
system? By large, I'm thinking in terms of both horizontally-scaled
systems and in terms of data storage size.
You'll probably get more (and possibly better) answers on the Zope
mailing list. Now FWIW, using ZEO is almost mandatory for any
non-trivial Zope instance (think of mammoths like Plone etc...).
Aug 8 '08 #2
Phillip B Oldham wrote:
I've been reading a lot recently on ZODB/ZOE, but I've not seen any
reference to its use in large-scale production envrironments.

Are there any real-world examples of ZODB/ZOE in use for a large
system? By large, I'm thinking in terms of both horizontally-scaled
systems and in terms of data storage size.
I have been told (by one of the developers) that Viacom uses it for their video
streaming website which is quite large. There is also a list of organizations
on Zope's webside that is pretty impressive.

-Larry
Aug 9 '08 #3
Phillip B Oldham <ph************@gmail.comwrites on Thu, 7 Aug 2008 09:26:04 -0700 (PDT):
I've been reading a lot recently on ZODB/ZOE, but I've not seen any
reference to its use in large-scale production envrironments.

Are there any real-world examples of ZODB/ZOE in use for a large
system? By large, I'm thinking in terms of both horizontally-scaled
systems and in terms of data storage size.
We are using it to host about a hundred domains of the "Haufe Mediengruppe",
among others "www.haufe.de", "www.lexware.de" and "www.redmark.de".

Dieter



Aug 17 '08 #4

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