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Performance and scalability: Staged event driven architecture (SEDA) Sandstorm

  1. Staged event driven architecture (SEDA) Sandstorm (1 messages)

    Hi,

    Does any of you worked with SandStorm, an implementation of SEDA?

    I have posted a few questions, RFE and bugs but the users list there is too inactive for my needs. It is a nice piece of work in progress though, and I want good architects to comment on it, or share knowlede if you actually worked with it.

    Some commercial product are based on this work.

    See
    http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~mdw/proj/seda/
    (look for PDF papers, mostly his PHD thesis.)

    and sourceforge (when not out of service...)
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/seda/

    Thanks.
  2. just to tease a bit more,
    SEDA is described as

    "An architecture for well-conditioned, highly-concurrent server applications"

    Maybe take will wake up some minds...
    Take a lot at the impressive throughputs benchmarks in the whitepapers.

    The sourceforge site offers an Http server, a Gnuttella router and more.

    It does not pretend to replace app containers, but it is very interresting for some middleware or backends solutions, and even front-end (for exemple, a file server...)

    Please take a look.
    Try it.

    And if you already know it, by all means reply to this thread.
    This technology is definitely worth it.
    Thanks.