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  1. So just to preface this, I have been part of two operations (one as developer, one with a 3rd party company developing) where the business was forced to cease due to difficulties in database load balancing and lots of people lost lots of money. I am talking about big data and high performance needed at the same time. So for my new project, I am going to try and design it around having a forever expanding infrastructure of servers but that means setting it correctly from the beginning. I have put together some ideas for possible ways to split the database load across multiple servers. Any input to which idea(s) are best would be great so I know which to explore further. Also any relevant info on this type of thing would be helpful as this is the first time I am personally doing this. Thanks!
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