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Mycroft Holmes23-Feb-14 11:52
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1. Single database is the better design, there are strategies to handle large volume. Extreme data (think Google, facebook, Amazon etc) requires a different strategy but it is probably too early to begin taking that into account.

2. Much more than a startup site can expect to see.

3. See 1 - same question

4. Don't create multiple databases - removes the question.

5. Performance like Amazon is above and beyond your short/medium term expectations, I imagine they have a large dedicated team simply looking after their database systems. Any of the hosting companies will be delighted to meet you short/medium term needs.

If your database is designed properly it will be scalable, I would suggest getting a professional to design your system. An excellent specification will facilitate the design.
Never underestimate the power of human stupidity
RAH

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