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Upgrading the Evernote Infrastructure [Brief Downtime at 9am PT]

Posted: 11 Aug 2012 08:31 AM PDT

Over the past few months we have been busy moving the Evernote service to a new datacenter. This new facility is with a top tier service provider and gives us plenty of room for future growth. Not only that, but it also means that your Evernote experience will be faster and more reliable. Most of the new datacenter work has been happening quietly behind the scenes. However, there are some parts of the service which require a brief downtime in order to be moved.

This morning, August 11th at 9am PT, we will have a brief scheduled downtime during which our Operations team will upgrade the central Evernote user database, known as the UserStore. Once the process is complete, the UserStore will be on new hardware at the new data center with three times as much memory, twice as much CPU, and much faster storage than its 4.5-year-old predecessor. This upgrade and move is a key milestone of our datacenter project and is one of the few remaining components that need to be relocated.

Week in Review: A Recap of this Week’s Posts

Posted: 11 Aug 2012 04:00 AM PDT

Here's a quick recap of blog posts you may have missed this week:

How Evernote Works Like Your Memory: An Interview with Maureen Ritchey, Cognitive Neuroscientist
The scientific reasons behind how Evernote works like your brain. Read this fascinating interview with cognitive neuroscientist Maureen Ritchey and find her tips for becoming a better Evernote user. Read the interview.

Evernote for iOS Update Makes Editing Notes Easier
A deceptively simple update for Evernote for iOS makes the app much more efficient for you to use. Get the update.

Apply for a Job. Build a Better App. Get Support. All at ETC!
There are lots of reasons to check out our annual user and developer conference, but here are three more. Don’t forget to sign up for one of our satellite events to round out your Evernote weekend. Register for ETC.

Evernote and IdeaPaint: Creating an Interactive Classroom [Video]
A geography teacher in Illinois created a completely new type of interactive classroom in which students write on IdeaPaint-covered desks and walls, then capture everything in Evernote. Read the story and watch video.

Friday Quick Tip: Single Note View and Side-by-Side Notes
Whether you’re doing online research, cooking, or wanting to compare multiple notes, try this quick tip for pulling up your notes in Single Note View. Get the Quick Tip.