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  • Scale like a pro with Gearman

    1. 1. Scaling like a pro with Gearman
    2. 2. Me?Web developer at... well yet another startup!Contributor to Symfony web frameworkFind me on Twitter @kertz
    3. 3. My idea of scaling...
    4. 4. What is Gearman?A Job serverClient APIWorker API...and lots of client & worker API libraries
    5. 5. What’s a job server?Manages the communication between clientsand workers
    6. 6. Client & WorkerThe client asks the worker to do a specific jobThe worker does what the client asks, oh yeah!More importantly it’s language independent!PHP Gearman extension
    7. 7. How does it work?
    8. 8. A Simple Worker Worker
    9. 9. Calling the worker Client
    10. 10. Making it workStart gearmand in your terminalYou can use -vvv for verbose modeRun the worker and clientForeground and background jobs
    11. 11. Status of WorkNumerator/Denominator(X of Y)Store the status in memcache/APCStore in MySQL, Drizzle
    12. 12. Knowing The Status Worker
    13. 13. Knowing The Status Client
    14. 14. Knowing The Status Result
    15. 15. Parallel Tasks Client
    16. 16. Callbacks Client
    17. 17. Callbacks Worker
    18. 18. Prioritize WorkNote: Separate queues for each priority level
    19. 19. Managing WorkercronGearman Managerhttps://github.com/brianlmoon/GearmanManagersupervisord
    20. 20. In RetrospectEasily manage client-worker relationshipLanguage independent (PHP, C, Perl etc.)Parallel, Callbacks, PrioritiesManaging Workers
    21. 21. Questions?

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