What are the other features? How can I help? I would love to experiment with Hedwig. So I could help, in my spare time , with the documentation. Why would you need an engineering team to support it? You have this open sourced. Couldn't you use the power of the community?
As you can see, I am pretty eager to try hedwig. Regards -- Milind On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 12:00 PM, Erwin Tam <e...@yahoo-inc.com> wrote: > Hi Milind, Hedwig is still in prototype phase so it lacks several > features to make it production ready. We are trying to find an > engineering team to work on and support it. > > (a) Monitoring is one of the big missing pieces to make it production > ready. We have some thoughts on it. The simplest solution would be to > use JMX style bindings for monitoring and admin purposes. > > (b) We have designs on non-star topologies and the underlying pieces to > support this are there (version vectors for messages published/consumed > in all regions). This is something we've thought about since the > beginning. However, due to lack of resources, we have not implemented > this yet. There are a few enhancements that we know about and will > shortly document them either via a wiki page or open jiras for Hedwig. > > (c) We are in the process of converting some internal documents we have > for Hedwig for third party consumption. That's a priority since we > definitely want people to know quickly what Hedwig is all about (large > scale multi-colo guaranteed delivery pub/sub system) and the > architecture of it (shared nothing, commodity boxes, ZooKeeper for > coordination, Bookkeeper for persistence). We also want to emphasize > that all pieces of Hedwig are modular and you can slot in your own > implementation for the various parts. > > Erwin > > > > From: Milind Parikh <milindpar...@gmail.com> > > Reply-To: <email@example.com> > > Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 20:08:18 -0700 > > To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > > Subject: Key factors for production readiness of Hedwig > > > > What are the key factors for production readiness of Hedwig? I would > > really > > like to use Hedwig in some major projects; but having a production > > readiness > > stamp is important. For my perspective: > > > > (a) Monitoring > > (b) Deployment Patterns (non star based) > > (c) Documentation > > > > Regards > > -- Milind > > > > >