Alessio Caiazza

Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo.

We serve 6GB of avatars in a typical hour. Looking at a representative window of 1 hour of GitLab traffic, we saw almost 6GB of data move over the wire, or 144GB a day. Based on experiments with downscaling a representative user avatar, we estimated that we could reduce this to a mere 13GB a day on average, saving 130GB of bandwidth each day!

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Alessio

Hello. My name is Alessio Caiazza. I'm also known as nolith. I love writing code and technology. I'm passionate about production engineering.

This is where I write my thoughts trying to follow IndieWeb principles.

Staff Backend Engineer, Delivery @ GitLab

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"Il sapere umano appartiene al mondo."

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