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Integrating OpenTracing with Akka. Konrad is a part of the Clojurian Slack community, is very interested in functional programming, and gave a Datomic Database talk at the ClojureD conference in Berlin in Distributing the Actors over Multiple Systems 2. Title added to cart. Resilience 4. Book Description Reactive Programming is central to many concurrent systems, and can help make the process of developing highly concurrent, event-driven, and asynchronous applications simpler and less error-prone.
Duncan DeVore , Sean Walsh , and Brian Hanafee are seasoned architects with experience building and deploying reactive systems in production. He has been an avid Scala developer since , holds three patents for software design and led the release of one of the first large-scale Reactive applications in Sean Walsh is CEO of reactibility. He consults and evangelizes about reactive architectures. Brian Hanafee is a Principal Systems Architect at a large financial institution, with experience building reliable and secure web-based applications and backing services for millions of customers.
Convert currency. Add to Basket. Compare all 25 new copies. Brand new Book. DescriptionThe traditional patterns and practices for enterprise application development simply can't deliver the millisecond response times and near-perfect reliability these systems require.
Reactive applications meet these demands by employing a loosely-coupled system of independent, isolated components that communicate via asynchronous message passing. Reactive Application Development teaches readers how to build reactive applications using the Typesafe stack. Along the way, they'll learn how to build distributed domain models for reactive applications and clustered actor systems for elasticity and resilience, as well as how to integrate reactive systems with traditional architectures.
About the TechnologyA Reactive Application is constructed from the beginning to react to load, react to failure and react to users. This is achieved by the underlying notion of reacting to messages.
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Book Description Manning, Seller Inventory EH Understanding Messages and Actors 2. Moving from Functions to Actors. Modeling the Domain with Actors and Messages. Setting up the Example Project. Starting the Actor System 2. Creating the Driver.
Distributing the Actors over Multiple Systems 2. Distributing to two JVMs. Configuring for Remote Actors.
Running the Distributed Actors. Scaling with Multiple Actors 2. Traditional Alternatives. Creating a Pool of Actors 2. Adding the Pool Router. Running the Pooled Actor System. Scaling with Multiple-Actor Systems 2. Adding the Group Router.
Running the Multiple Actor Systems. Understanding Akka 3. What is Akka? Akka Today 3. Becoming responsive. Increasing Resiliency and Elasticity. Supporting Big Data with Spark. Akka terminology 3.
Concurrency and Parallelism. The Actor Model 3. Behavior and the Receive Loop. The Actor System 3. Hierarchical Structure. Mapping from Domain to Toolkit 4. Designing from a domain model 4. A better solution. Moving from analogy to application. Controlling actor state with messages 4. Sending messages to yourself. Managing more complex interactions. Increasing elasticity 4. Akka Routing. Running the Application with routers. Resilience 4. Faulty Librarian Actor.
Running the Faulty Application. Running the Application with resilient supervision.
Domain-Driven Design 5. What is domain-driven design? The big ball of mud. Entities, Aggregates and Value Objects. Services, Repositories and Factories.
An Actor-based domain 5. A Simple Akka Aircraft Domain. Using Remote Actors 6. Refactoring to a distributed system 6. Splitting into multiple actor systems.
Configuring the applications 6. Creating the first driver application. Introducing application. Configuring the driver application. Remoting with Akka 6.
Constructing remote references. Running the distributed example 6. Starting the customer application. Starting the RareBooks application. Reliability in distributed systems 6.
Reliability as a design parameter. Reactive Streaming 7. Buffering too many messages. Defending with backpressure 7. Stopping and waiting. Signaling for more than one message.
Streaming with Akka 7. Adding streams to a project. Creating a stream Source from a file. Converting the stream into actor messages. Introducing Reactive Streams 7. Creating a Reactive Stream. Consuming the Reactive Stream. Building applications with streaming.
ACID Transactions. CQRS Origins: Command, Queries, and Two Distinct Paths. What is a Command? Jack of All Trades, Master of None. Order Example- The Order Commands.
Nonbreaking Command Validation. Impedance Mismatch. Event Sourcing 8. What is an Event?