The size and scale of eBay: 2013 edition

It’s time for an update of the eBay Marketplaces interesting statistics that I shared last year. eBay Marketplaces means we’re the team that builds ebay.comebay.co.ukebay.deebay.com.au, and most of the other worldwide marketplaces under the eBay brand.

eBay Marketplaces sold over US$75.3 billion in merchandise in 2012

eBay Marketplaces sold over US$75.3 billion in merchandise in 2012

Here are some refreshed and new facts:

  • We have over 50 petabytes of data stored in our Hadoop and Teradata clusters
  • We have over 400 million items for sale
  • We process more than 250 million user queries per day
  • We serve over 100,000 pages per second
  • Our users spend over 180 years in total every day looking at items
  • We have over 112 million active users
  • We sold over US$75 billion in merchandize in 2012

eBay’s an exciting place to be — plenty of engineering, business, and commerce challenges that are driven by users, items, traffic, and sales. See you next week.

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