[erlang-questions] Distibuted-Erlang practical case studies / examples
Lloyd R. Prentice
Mon May 13 05:31:14 CEST 2019
Wikipedia gives these reasons for distribution of data:
Cloud storage is:
Made up of many distributed resources, but still acts as one, either in a federated or a cooperative storage cloudarchitecture
Highly fault tolerant through redundancy and distribution of data
Highly durable through the creation of versioned copies
Typically eventually consistent with regard to data replicas
Distributed systems are also used to process “big data.” Look here:
Survey of Parallel Processing on Big Data
See this to see how a Erlang fits into the picture:
Evaluating Scalable Distributed Erlang for Scalability and Reliability
Leofs is an interesting open source project that is striving to push distribution across global data centers:
You can study source here:
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> On May 12, 2019, at 11:54 AM, I Gusti Ngurah Oka Prinarjaya <okaprinarjaya@REDACTED> wrote:
> I need more concrete examples / cases please.
> Thank you
> Pada tanggal Min, 12 Mei 2019 pukul 21.57 T Ty <tty.erlang@REDACTED> menulis:
>> SOAP/REST is great if you have to interface with non-Erlang systems. For other Erlang systems I prefer using direct process to process message sending instead of rpc:call although some people do favor rpc:call. Bit of personal preference and background.
>> As to why or case study using distributed system just look at microservices. Anything that would fit into microservices would map one-to-one into Erlang.
>>> On Sun, May 12, 2019 at 3:45 PM I Gusti Ngurah Oka Prinarjaya <okaprinarjaya@REDACTED> wrote:
>>> I just learn about how to ping a remote erlang node, call erlang program in a remote erlang node by following this chapter https://learnyousomeerlang.com/distribunomicon .
>>> But, i can't imagine what kind of simple solution that i can build by utilizing Erlang's distributed behavior / feature / ability.
>>> Ok, first, i need some simple case studies utilizingg distributed behavior / ability from erlang.
>>> Second, Why do we utilizing distributed behavior / ability of erlang? Or in other words,
>>> which is better? utilizing rpc:call() or call other service in other remote node just through HTTP (REST maybe) ?
>>> Thank you
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