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Release of Disruptor 3.0.0

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I’ve decided that I’m a bit bored of the whole putting a beta tag on various versions of the Disruptor so I’ve decide to send forth Disruptor 3.0.0 into the world. The big challenges of this release were to clean up the code and come up with a better algorithm for handling multiple producers. If I was lucky, make it ...

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Single Writer Principle

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When trying to build a highly scalable system the single biggest limitation on scalability is having multiple writers contend for any item of data or resource. Sure, algorithms can be bad, but let’s assume they have a reasonable Big O notation so we’ll focus on the scalability limitations of the systems design. I keep seeing people just accept having multiple ...

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Smart Batching

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How often have we all heard that “batching” will increase latency? As someone with a passion for low-latency systems this surprises me. In my experience when batching is done correctly, not only does it increase throughput, it can also reduce average latency and keep it consistent. Well then, how can batching magically reduce latency? It comes down to what algorithm ...

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Smart Batching

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How often have we all heard that “batching” will increase latency? As someone with a passion for low-latency systems this surprises me. In my experience when batching is done correctly, not only does it increase throughput, it can also reduce average latency and keep it consistent. Well then, how can batching magically reduce latency? It comes down to what algorithm ...

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