Funnelled distributed log processing w/ PGM pub/sub

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  1. Rasmus Andersson Rasmus Andersson

    A side project

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    8 months ago

  2. Mitchell Bernstein Mitchell Bernstein

    It's beautiful but I… I can't figure out what exactly it's for… Care to elaborate if possible?

    8 months ago

  3. Alexandra Farmer Alexandra Farmer

    I had the same question!

    8 months ago

  4. Hanno ten Hoor Hanno ten Hoor

    Looks interesting, I'm curious now.

    Also, would really like to know what tool you used to draw this?

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    8 months ago

  5. Jordan Koschei Jordan Koschei

    This is an alternate reality game for the next JJ Abrams movie, isn't it?

    8 months ago

  6. Rasmus Andersson Rasmus Andersson

    It's a way to funnel, process and listen to data arriving through some uniform gateway (like a network connection) [S]. Closed-system workers [W] (computers in a network) take on and process work. Same-system listeners [R] present, store and/or further process the results. Communication from W to R happens through Pragmatic General Multicast if transmission reliability is required by a listener, or simply Multicast where data loss is acceptable.

    The workers broadcast (over Multicast or similar low-overhead, low-priority technology) their load — data used by other workers and the funnel/source [S] to ask a worker to either take over some amount of work (i.e. from an overloaded worker) or to take on new incoming work (i.e. arriving through the funnel.)

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    8 months ago

  7. Rasmus Andersson Rasmus Andersson

    @Hanno ten Hoor Illustrator. I have a single canvas I use to draw most ideas on. 2-D spatial organization is very effective, in my opinion often more effective than text-based organization (e.g. folders, tags, etc.)

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    8 months ago

  8. Sebastian Graz Sebastian Graz

    @Rasmus Andersson I'm gonna pretend I understood that.

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    8 months ago

  9. Hanno ten Hoor Hanno ten Hoor

    @Rasmus Andersson I'm still hoping for the spacial finder :)

    So great to hear from you. I'm a fan of your other work as well, have even used UILayer to do prototypes: http://www.hanonno.com/ui/dribbble.html

    8 months ago

  10. Mitchell Bernstein Mitchell Bernstein

    @Rasmus Andersson Oh, yes of course. How did I ever miss that! Regardless, it still looks beautifully drawn.

    7 months ago

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