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Author Archives: Vasil Remeniuk

Fault-tolerance primitives in Scala: links and traps


Over the last decade Actor Model is actively marketed as a simple, effective and save concept for building concurrency. Being popularized by Erlang in early nineties, and used as a primary concurrency construct in Scala, Actors offer share-nothing event-driven model, where creating and maintaining a single actor is cheap (so that you can keep running millions of them), and remote ...

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Mahout and Scalding for poker collusion detection


When I’ve been reading a very bright book on Mahout, Mahout In Action (which is a great hands-in intro to machine learning, as well), one of the examples has caught my attention. Authors of the book where using well-known K-means clusterization algorithm for finding similar players on stackoverflow.com, where the criterion of similarity was the set of the authors of ...

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Even simpler scalability with Akka through RegistryActor


Let’s imagine, your system is deployed on one node, where you running actors that literally draining out the resources. You want to add some more nodes running actors of the same type, to balance the load across the cluster. Ideally, when you add a new node to existing infrastructure you neither have to create proxies to remote actors on the ...

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