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- Gearman provides a generic application framework to farm out work to other machines or processes that are better suited to do the work. It allows you to do work in parallel, to load balance processing, and to call functions between languages. It can be used in a variety of applications, from high-availability web sites to the transport of database replication events. In other words, it is the nervous system for how distributed processing communicates.
- 2012-08-22 to cloud, cluster, crontab, freesoftware, job, log, queue, software by lorello
- SALT Stack
- Distributed remote execution and configuration management
- 2012-05-15 to 0mq, cluster, configuration management, distributed system, freesoftware, python, software by lorello
- KOLST - Hosting
- Servizio di hosting in Italia basato su cluster redhat, ridondanza, backup, pannello custom, di KPQNquest... bel servizio
- 2012-03-10 to aziende, cluster, hosting, linux, php, servizi, softec by lorello
- UNIXy ®
- Fully Managed Dedicated Servers | Fully Managed VPS Hosting
- 2011-12-04 to aziende, cluster, linux, servizi, softec, varnish by lorello
- Load-balanced Web Hosting for the Dynamic Web
- 2011-02-27 to cluster, hosting, loadbalance, scalability, servizi by lorello
- nkallen's cachet at master - GitHub
- [Alternativa a Varnish] Cachet is an HTTP Reverse Cache Proxy written in Scala. It is comparable to Varnish or Rack::Cache. It implements the RFC2616 specification (at this time, only the Expiration model, but the Validation model is forthcoming) obeying Cache-Control headers and the like. It is very configurable so that you can use custom databases (Ehcache and Memcached are supported by default), and custom expiry strategies, and so on. It is designed so that you can layer on things like authentication, authorization, rate limiting, and arbitrary service composition strategies (e.g., Edge-Side Includes)--which is is, I think, something novel in an open-source reverse proxy.
- 2010-03-02 to cache, cluster, freesoftware, performance, proxy, reverse-proxy, scala, software by lorello
- The goal of this project is to provide a system for storing and retrieving huge amounts of data, distributed among a large number of heterogenous server nodes, under a single virtual filesystem tree with a variety of standard access methods. Depending on the Persistency Model, dCache provides methods for exchanging data with backend (tertiary) Storage Systems as well as space management, pool attraction, dataset replication, hot spot determination and recovery from disk or node failures. Connected to a tertiary storage system, the cache simulates unlimited direct access storage space. Data exchanges to and from the underlying HSM are performed automatically and invisibly to the user. Filesystem namespace operations may be performed through a standard nfs(2) interface.
- 2009-10-28 to cluster, dfs, filesystem, freesoftware, linux, nfs, software by lorello
- Varnish - Trac
- Varnish is a state-of-the-art, high-performance HTTP accelerator. It uses the advanced features in Linux 2.6, FreeBSD 6/7 and Solaris 10 to achieve its high performance.
- 2009-10-27 to bsd, cache, cluster, freesoftware, linux, performance, proxy, software, webcache by lorello
- Keepalived for Linux
- The main goal of the keepalived project is to add a strong & robust keepalive facility to the Linux Virtual Server project. This project is written in C with multilayer TCP/IP stack checks. Keepalived implements a framework based on three family checks : Layer3, Layer4 & Layer5/7. This framework gives the daemon the ability of checking a LVS server pool states. When one of the server of the LVS server pool is down, keepalived informs the linux kernel via a setsockopt call to remove this server entrie from the LVS topology. In addition keepalived implements an independent VRRPv2 stack to handle director failover. So in short keepalived is a userspace daemon for LVS cluster nodes healthchecks and LVS directors failover.
- 2009-10-27 to cluster, freesoftware, gpl, linux, lvs, software, vrrp by lorello
- DBSlayer - Trac
- The DBacesslayer aka DBSlayer aka Släyer (as we like to call it when we're feeling ironically heavy metal) is a lightweight database abstraction layer suitable for high-load websites where you need the scalable advantages of connection pooling. Written in C for speed, DBSlayer talks to clients via JSON over HTTP, meaning it's simple to monitor and can swiftly interoperate with any web framework you choose. The DBSlayer originated as an internal tool at the New York Times. The typical LAMP strategy for scaling up data-driven applications is to replicate slave databases to every web server, but this approach can hit scaling limitations for high-volume websites, where processes can overwhelm their given backend DB's connection limits. Quite frankly, we wanted to scale the front-end webservers and backend database servers separately without having to coordinate them. We also needed a way to flexibly reconfigure where our backend databases were located and which applications used them without resorting to tricks of DNS or other such "load-balancing" hacks. Plus, it just seemed really cool to have a JSON-speaking DB layer that all our scriptable content could talk to. Thus, the DBSlayer was born.
- 2009-09-16 to cluster, database, http, json, lamp, mysql, opensource, performance, proxy, software by lorello
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