The Fifth Elephant 2013

An Event on Big Data and Cloud Computing

Build a Queue Based Concurrent Task Processor (using Python)

Submitted by Piyush Verma (@meson10) on Apr 13, 2013

Section: Workshops Technical level: Advanced Status: Submitted

Abstract

Learn how to develop a Persistent Queue based Task Processor using simple tools like MongoDB and Python.

Outline

At siminars.com we call it "Party", responsible for handling all the non real-time stuff varying from Video encoding, Indexing Search Documents, Updating cache, tracking participant progress, sending out emails, payments, releasing Node.js sockets etc.

Targets to be achieved: Evaluate the need a task processor, use cases where it would fit || Build a Queue based Task Processor using Python & MongoDB || Scale up number of processes/workers || Implement Cleanup. Keep the Queue fast and small || Scale up number of nodes

Requirements

Familiarity with MongoDB || Good Understanding of Python || Prior Experience/ Knowledge of multiprocessing || Chips to Munch every time you get restless or bored

Speaker bio

Loves Coding. Currently siminars.com Otherwise, Loves Cycling, Loves Coffee & Loves Cartoons.

Slides

http://siminars.com/134936656289522642318098/summary.sv

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