Carbon is a great idea, but fundamentally, twisted doesn’t do what carbon-relay or carbon-aggregator were built to do when hit with sustained and heavy throughput. Much to my chagrin, concurrency isn’t one of python’s core competencies.+1, sadly. We are patching around the edges with half-released third-party C rewrites in our graphite setup, as we exceed the scale Carbon can support.
MOST of the page view attempts will experience the 99%’lie server response time in modern web applications. You didn’t read that wrong.
The next Pub Standards, on Thursday 13th November, will be the last one. When I started Pub Standards in August 2010, there wasn’t very many meetups for people who build apps, interfaces and businesses. These days, there are loads! I don’t feel that Pub Standards is needed anymore. It served it’s purpose — other meetups were formed, startups were founded, projects were created and people got hired. We had a good run :)
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Good, thought-provoking post on good client library approaches for complex client-server systems, particularly distributed stores like Voldemort or Riak. I’m of the opinion that a smart client lib is unavoidable, and in fact essential, since the clients are part of the distributed system, personally.
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