That's some bad ass rock star tech right there. Linking up node.js via a
strong messaging protocol is a huge step towards getting a generic doc
store going that could compete with MongoDB.
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 9:46 PM, Josh Elser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> A while back, I wrote some code as a proof of concept to use node.js (an
> into Accumulo. I think it's a cool example of alternative ways to get data
> into Accumulo, so I cleaned up what I wrote and posted it to Github.
> Using RabbitMQ (open source message broker which implements the AMQP
> standard) and a node.js plugin for AMQP, I was able to send data from a
> node.js process, through RabbitMQ, into a background Java process which
> inserts the data into Accumulo.
> The example is a contrived website hit-tracking application (think Google
> Analytics). When a user visits a website, an HTTP request -- with the
> client IP, server IP, and current timestamp in the query string -- is made
> to an HTTP server running inside of the node.js process. This information
> then makes its way into Accumulo as a key-value pair.
> I hope to expand on this some more, but I wanted to share the existing
> concept with everyone. Instructions and additional information can be found
> on the project page. Feedback is welcome!
> - Josh