A talk reflecting on our experience with Akka Cluster in a recent project.
Oleg will discuss ways to get information from an Actor System and implications of Location Transparency. He will show different ways to pass the Actor System Border and will discuss why some of them will not work with Remote Actors.
Radar sensor-based monitoring and visualization of public parking areas.
Stack: Scala, Akka, (actors, persistence, streams), single-page web UI using backbone.js, Web Sockets, Domain-Driven Design, CQRS, Event Sourcing
Collection, processing, and visualization of large-scale data from agricultural vehicles.
Stack: Scala, Akka (actors, persistence, cluster, streams), MongoDB, Domain-Driven Design, CQRS, Event Sourcing
If you want to provide or consume HTTP-based APIs with Scala (or Java) then this talk is for you: Akka HTTP takes reactive high-performance web interactions to the next level. Fully asynchronous and non-blocking, a type-safe and very powerful declarative API, an immutable HTTP model without compromises, all these are perfectly fitted to the Actor world.
Among many smaller improvements over its predecessor library spray.io, akka-http comes with one major advantage: it is based on a new abstraction called "Reactive Streams” which provides a number of important benefits, not only for working with HTTP.