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There's also a very interesting section on how Facebook cleverly implements fast database restarts for large in-memory databases by decoupling the memory lifetime from the process lifetime.Stateless services are also easy, trading a few extra resources in ways that are easy to understand and predict for completely eliminating whole classes of issues (what happens to long-lived sessions during an upgrade, for example). How is it different from using the Cache to persist the data after the service has served one request? Io, Instrumental, Location Labs, Surge, Redis Labs, Jut. Net, Vivid Cortex, Mem SQL, Scalyr, Ai Scaler, App Dynamics, Manage Engine, Site24x7 | Main | Stuff The Internet Says On Scalability For October 9th, 2015 » have been the royal road to scalability.Nearly every treatise on scalability declares statelessness as the best practices approved method for building scalable systems.To me the bottom line is that if you're not building the next Halo or Twitter, most of the reasons originally stated for building 12Factor apps still apply today. Just that instead of a app server holding the data, i keep it in a distributed cache deployed on a set of dedicated servers.If the state is maintained in the distributed hashmap and maintain persistent connections to the distributed hashmap(cache) from the serving logic (service), would it be a stateful service?
Or maybe the complexity of the caching layer required to hide database latency problems. It often is, but we don’t hear much about how to build stateful services.Take a look at Azure Service Fabric (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/campaigns/service-fabric/).It brings a long some of the Orleans concepts, but is much better packaged and adds more value (Stateless and Statefull reliable services, along Actors).In fact, do a search and there’s very little in the way of a systematic approach to building stateful services.
Wikipedia doesn’t even have an entry for Refreshing because I’ve never quite heard of building stateful services in the way Caitie talks about building them. It’s based on an inherently stateful distributed virtual Actor model; a highly available Gossip Protocol is used for cluster membership; and a two tier system of Consistent Hashing plus a Distributed Hash Table is used for work distribution.This stateful application architecture can be implemented by multiple caching layer architecture easily -- caching the data from database, caching processed data (information, result) and caching the presentation data (json, xml). She says that if you need a high available system, a consensus system is the last resort for designing dynamic cluster membership because the consensus system itself can be unavailable in failure conditions.