Node.js, Breaking .NET, and Loving Java*
In this talk I'll cover how the team (more about the team in the talk) broke the barriers of .NET to integrate with Kafka, Storm, and Zookeeper to build a streaming distributed system.
In this talk I’ll cover how the team (more about the team in the talk) broke the barriers of .NET to integrate with Kafka, Storm, and Zookeeper to build a streaming distributed system. The system included a wide range of Node.js, .NET, and Java utilized for their respective stack to gain the tooling advantages of Java & Node.js for a built .NET System. This system has been used to provide a near realtime analysis and updated pricing model to custom orders, which previously was a batch based, 2 hour nightly process. In addition to the problems associated with a batched nightly process, we also removed the problematic 12%+ failure rate on the nightly build by going to a realtime model. So at most, only a percentage of the system would fail and could be recovered quickly instead of the entirety of pricing being unavailable with appropriate updates.
kafka, storm, zookeeper, .net, java, node.js, immutable infrastructure, continuous delivery
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