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File:Wikimedia Server Architecture (simplified).svg|October 2013: core architecture of a single datacenter.
File:Wikimedia Server Architecture (simplified).svg|October 2013: core architecture of a single datacenter.
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== Databases ==
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File:Wikimedia-relational-databases-2022.png|Diagram of sections and how they get reads/writes
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* [https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Manual:Database_layout/diagram&action=render MediaWiki's database layout]


== Traffic ==
== Traffic ==

Revision as of 18:02, 2 September 2022

See also: Wikimedia infrastructure#Current infographics
See also: Special:ListFiles
See also: commons:Category:Wikimedia technology -> commons:Category:Wikimedia technical operations -> commons:Category:Wikimedia Cloud Services (etc)
See also: Performance/Runbook/diagrams.net conventions

Data center overview

Main article: Data centers

MediaWiki architecture

Main article: MediaWiki at WMF
  • April 2020

  • October 2015

  • October 2013: core architecture of a single datacenter.

  • Databases

    Traffic

    Main article: Global traffic routing
  • 2015-12-04 Varnish and Swift

  • 2015-02-02

  • Networking

    Main article: Network design
  • 2022-02 (includes back to 2018 in previous file revisions).

  • 2018-05: Ashburn DC physical layer.

  • 2010-02: Amsterdam network

  • 2009-01: SF office network.

  • Individual software, services, and clusters

    See also