Explain how the buffer is used in Amazon web services?

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How is the buffer used and what makes it a USP ?
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In order to make system more efficient against the burst of traffic or load, buffer is used. It synchronizes different component . The component always receives and processes the request in an unbalanced way.  The balance between different components are managed by buffer, and makes them work at the same speed to provide faster services.

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