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Core Implementation Working

posted Jun 23, 2008, 11:07 PM by Brian Tanner   [ updated Jun 23, 2008, 11:08 PM ]
I've adapted the bt-trainer (previous project) to be the basis for the bt-recordbook.  The code is in the Google Code project: http://bt-recordbook.googlecode.com

Basically, there are several node types {daemon, aggregator, compute, commander} that all play various roles.

They communicate over Amazon Simple Queuing Service (SQS) queues that float out in the Internet.  The good news is that each node can be on a different machine and the whole thing works.  They store intermediate data (and all of the summary data) in the Amazon Simple Storage System (S3).

Right now I'm doing a very private beta by myself while I iron out the really big kinks, and get some of my experimental results in the recordbook.  Once it seems pretty stable, I'll start inviting others to check it out.
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