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How Buffer scaled as it grew

over 3 years ago | From medium.com

At the core of how Buffer schedules posts is one line of a cronjob configuration that hasn't been touched since the very start when Joel founded Buffer. We still rely on that single cronjob that runs every minute of every day. While this configuration is the same, everything else around it has evolved. Today, Buffer schedules on average 300 posts per minute and over 432,000 posts a day. Here's a look at some of the challenges and iterations we've made to the core of what we do—scheduling post...

       

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