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[P] My co-founder and I quit our engineering jobs at AWS to build “Tensor Search”. Here is why.
6 projects | reddit.com/r/MachineLearning | 21 Sep 2022
Emit events from your primary DB (postgres, etc.) to something like kafka or rabbitmq and then catch that in your search engine. There's also some end-to-end solutions like temporal (temporal.io) or cadence (https://cadenceworkflow.io/)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 30 Jul 2022
Are there any mature workflow engines such as https://github.com/uber/cadence but with Rust client support?
How can you ensure all Microservices have finished their tasks?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 22 Jun 2022
You should definitely check Uber Cadence https://cadenceworkflow.io/
Apache Hop 2.0
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Jun 2022
Which schedule technology you would choose for a new project?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/microservices | 30 Jan 2022
Dear community, I will be please to get your feedback to choose a schedule engine in 2022 in microservice context. On this field they are at least 2 challengers to me, ¹ nomad from hashicorp and ² cadence from uber. While kubernetes lead this field.
Do you know of a robust library that handles persistent job scheduling and queuing using PostgreSQL
5 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 15 Jan 2022
There's cadence which is made by Uber: https://cadenceworkflow.io/
Distributed asynchronous tasks?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 12 Jan 2022
Used to work with Python and Celery, and this is the closest equivalent I can think of. https://cadenceworkflow.io/ However, it does require quite a bit more DevOps, in the sense that you need to stand up a Cadence Server.
What do you use for background jobs?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 1 Jan 2022
In the Ruby world, sidekiq is a popular background job server. I can see that the same company makes faktory, which is written in Go. I'm also aware of Cadence and Temporal, which are both written in Go.
Orchestration engine recommendations
4 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 31 Dec 2021
Ubers Cadence (https://cadenceworkflow.io/) maybe a good fit for you
For those running Go in production at scale, what do you use for distributed task queues?
13 projects | reddit.com/r/golang | 4 Jun 2021
We use cadence https://github.com/uber/cadence
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What are some alternatives?
temporal - Temporal service
Flowable (V6) - A compact and highly efficient workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) platform for developers, system admins and business users.
gocelery - Celery Distributed Task Queue in Go
docker-compose - Temporal docker-compose files
shedlock - Distributed lock for your scheduled tasks
machinery - Machinery is an asynchronous task queue/job queue based on distributed message passing.
Asynq - Simple, reliable, and efficient distributed task queue in Go
unirest-java - Unirest in Java: Simplified, lightweight HTTP client library.
Micronaut - Micronaut Application Framework
optimus - Optimus is an easy-to-use, reliable, and performant workflow orchestrator for data transformation, data modeling, pipelines, and data quality management.
argo-events - Event-driven automation framework
Faktory - Language-agnostic persistent background job server