AMPS: Empowering real time message driven applications.

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Greetings!!

In this blog, we will talk about AMPS, a pub-sub engine which delivers messages in real time with a subject of interest. AMPS is mainly used by Financial Institutions as enterprise message bus. We will also demonstrate how we can use AMPS with to publish and subscribe messages with an example. So, let’s start with introducing AMPS. 

What is AMPS?

Advanced Message Processing System (AMPS) is a publish and subscribe engine developed by 60East technologies. It  is highly scalable and allow publishing and subscribing messages in real time. It is equipped with in built support of multiple messaging protocols such as FIX, NVFIX, JSON, XML which are mainly used in financial services such as trade processing. It empowers applications to deliver messages in real time with flexible topic and content based routing options. 

AMPS Flow (1)How does it work?

The above diagram describes how messaging looks like in AMPS. AMPS provides…

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Why I love foldLeft :)

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FoldLeft is the one of the my favourite function in Scala. In this blog,  I will explain capabilities of foldLeft. After reading this blog foldLeft will be your favourite function if you like Scala. In this blog I am taking example of List’s foldLeft. Of course, It’s also available on many Scala collection like Vector, Set, Map,Option.

Let’s see foldLeft definition from Scala doc:
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According definition, foldLeft can do everything which required iteration of all elements of list. Really ?

Yes. Let’s understand by examples.

  1. Reverse the list:
  2. Remove duplicate element from list:
  3. Split into two list. first list contains all element which satisfies the predicate  and remaining into second list.
  4. Splitting into two list not big deal 🙂 My use case is different. I have 4 predicate. That means split input list into four list according predicates. First list satisfy first predicate and second list   satisfy second…

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Object Oriented JavaScript: Polymorphism with examples

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oopjsAgain this is not the advance topic of JavaScript but it relies under Object Oriented JavaScript & polymorphism is one of the tenets of Object Oriented Programming (OOP), we all know what is Polymorphism from other languages (like C#, Java etc) but we always think when to use it, why to use it and how to this, and most of us are still in confusion that should we really use it? blah !!!.

JavaScript is dynamically typed language [a big issue to discuss], but for understanding purpose:

Statically typed programming languages do type checking (the process of verifying and enforcing the constraints of types) at compile-time as opposed to run-time. (Java, C etc)

Dynamically typed programming languages do type checking at run-time as opposed to Compile-time. (JavaScript etc)

Though in JavaScript it is a bit more difficult to see the effects of polymorphism because the more classical types of polymorphism…

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Knoldus Bags the Prestigious Huawei Partner of the Year Award

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Knoldus was humbled to receive the prestigious partner of the year award from Huawei at a recently held ceremony in Bangalore, India.

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It means a lot for us and is a validation of the quality and focus that we put on the Scala and Spark Ecosystem. Huawei recognized Knoldus for the expertise in Scala and Spark along with the excellent software development process practices under the Knolway™ umbrella. Knolway™ is the Knoldus Way of developing software which we have curated and refined over the past 6 years of developing Reactive and Big Data products.

Our heartiest thanks to Mr. V.Gupta, Mr. Vadiraj and Mr. Raghunandan for this honor.

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About Huawei

Huawei is a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider. Driven by responsible operations, ongoing innovation, and open collaboration, we have established a competitive ICT portfolio of end-to-end solutions in telecom and enterprise networks, devices, and cloud computing…

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Blending Cucumber, Cassandra and Akka-Http

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Folks,

Knoldus has always pioneered the deep diving into the best ways to use cutting edge technologies. In the past few days, one of our team carried this deed by integrating Cucumber with Akka-Http, Cassandra and of course, Scala. In this blog, we reach out to you to explain and show how this can be done.

Cucumber

Cucumber is for Behavior Driven Design (BDD). The approach of Cucumber is to write the behavior of the application and then run them for acceptance testing.

Akka-Http

Akka-Http is a general toolkit provided by Akka to implement HTTP services. It supports both client and server side services.

Cassandra

Cassandra is a database that provides high scalability and availability with best performance.

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Business Intelligence-Data Visualization: Tableau

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Image result for tableauSpark, Bigdata, NoSQL, Hadoop are some of the most using and top in charts technologies that we frequently use in Knoldus, when these terms used than one thing comes into picture is ‘Huge Data, millions/billions of records’ Knoldus developers use these terms frequently, managing (and managing means here- storing data, rectifying data, normalizing it, cleaning it and much more) such amount of data is really not at all an easy task.

But user do no understand what they are talking about they just need to know the real essence of whole matter/data/story/facts. From here the term ‘visualization’ comes into picture, so Data Visualization/Intelligence is as important & vast as handling it.

Data visualization brings Business Intelligence Tools for accomplishing visualization goals and the market of BI tools is really huge, there are number of tools with different features, pricing, capabilities etc., if we start comparing them than there is no…

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2017 – Year of FAST Data

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As we approach 2017, there is a strong focus on Fast Data. This is a combination of data at rest and data in motion and the speed has to be remarkably fast. In the deck that follows, we at Knoldus present to you how we have implemented a complex multi scale solution for a large bank on the Fast Data Architecture philosophy. As we partner with Databricks, Lightbend, Confluent and Datastax, we bring in the best practices and tooling needed for the platform.

Just think about it, if Google was always indexing and giving you results from the data at rest then you would never be able to Google for breaking or trending news!

As you enjoy the deck below, we would standby to listen from you on your next fast data project. Have a wonderful New Year 2017

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Setting Up Multi-Node Hadoop Cluster , just got easy !

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In this blog,we are going to embark the journey of how to setup the Hadoop Multi-Node cluster on a distributed environment.

So lets do not waste any time, and let’s get started.
Here are steps you need to perform.

Prerequisite:

1.Download & install Hadoop for local machine (Single Node Setup)
http://hadoop.apache.org/releases.html – 2.7.3
use java : jdk1.8.0_111
2. Download Apache Spark from : http://spark.apache.org/downloads.html
choose spark release : 1.6.2

1. Mapping the nodes

First of all ,we have to edit hosts file in /etc/ folder on all nodes, specify the IP address of each system followed by their host names.

# vi /etc/hostsenter the following lines in the /etc/hosts file.192.168.1.xxx hadoop-master 192.168.1.xxx hadoop-slave-1192.168.56.xxx hadoop-slave-2

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What would kill Uber, Airbnb, TripAdvisor in one go?

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What do Uber, Airbnb, TripAdvisor, PayPal etc have in common. Right, they are super successful and highly valued and …. ?

Uber and Airbnb fall in the category of Shared Economy. Paypal has changed the way financial transactions are carried out and TripAdvisor makes the rating and booking of hotels and trips easier. So, what is the common theme? The common theme is that all of these are centralised, they control (we can debate this) what gets published and who gets the maximum attention (we can debate this as well). So say Airbnb decides tomorrow that person X in San Francisco should get better hits than person Y then they have the potential to do that. Again, I am not way suggesting that they are doing this but they do have the right (well, err ..?) and the potential because there are like a central authority now. For that matter…

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