Category : distributed

I. Background of Distributed Task Scheduling Both Internet applications and enterprise applications are full of batch processing tasks. We often need some task scheduling systems to help solve problems. With the gradual evolution of the micro-service architecture, the single architecture gradually evolved into a distributed and micro-service architecture. Under this background, many original task scheduling ..

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Why can’t CAP have both in a distributed environment? This problem can be deduced on a chessboard. The key to this problem is to assume that there is a network partition. If P is obtained, that is, the existence of network partitions is tolerated, then C and A can have both.It can be divided into ..

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Order This article mainly talks about the replication methods of mainstream open source products. replication Replication and partition/sharding are two necessary capabilities for distributed systems. For details, seeReplication, fragmentation, and routing.For massive data, replication can increase redundancy and ensure system availability on the one hand, and improve reading efficiency on the other.This article focuses mainly ..

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