-Re: Zookeeper as a basis for orchestrating a manufacturing assembly line
Mahadev Konar 2011-10-10, 05:43
I dont understand what exactly you are trying to do here but
ZooKeeper is not a marshalling engine. It does not interpret bytes for
You can definitely use it as a mechanism to orchestrate an assembly
line (if you mean using it for coordination of your pipelines). Some
of the folks at Yahoo! use ZooKeeper for coordinating there pipelines
(so does FB I think). It would help to explain your use case in
Also, take a quick look at:
for some of the use cases and more information on ZooKeeper to help
you understand on how to use it and what its useful for.
Hope that helps.
On Sun, Oct 9, 2011 at 9:12 PM, Vance Turner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I would like to chat with someone extremely knowledgable about the concept of using zookeeper to orchestrate a massive assembly line.
> I would like to use multicast to broadcast information to/from multiple src/dest on the floor. Most of the messaging traffic related to the test
> station is in JSON format, then formatted to XML. I need a way for zookeeper to quickly interpret either the JSON traffic on the floor, or
> read the XML at the floor information consolidation servers that convert the JSON to XML. I was thinking of using these floor consolidation servers
> to help act as a central switching coordinator. I attended the OracleWorld convention, and have access to Oracles Hadoop engine and Hadoop loader beta.
> I need to understand the full impact of zookeeper to coordinate the business logic.
> I think the scale of the problem will be most enlightening to your development team, and that you could find no better application of the code.
> Vance L. Turner
> MQM Performance Analyst
> Apple Inc.