Building Scalable, Distributed Job Queues with Redis and Redis::Client

Mike Friedman will be giving a talk at YAPC::NA 2012 that he describes as: 

At SocialFlow, we initially built a simple job queue system using a relational database and a daemon for running workers. While this model is sufficient for a relatively small volume of jobs, an increase in scale resulted in problems with concurrency, failover, and efficiency. This presentation examines the process and design that we used to move our jobs system to the Redis structured data store, and the simultaneous development and design philosophy behind the Redis::Client CPAN module.

The presentation will cover the structure of job queues, an analysis of the pros and cons of relational vs. non-relational data-store models for queues, a brief introduction to the Redis platform, and code examples demonstrating a simplified system.

[From the YAPC::NA Blog.]

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Drat. Now I'll actually have to write something.


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