03 Jan '14, 2pm

Sneakers: a high performance background processing framework for Ruby

Sneakers: a high performance background processing framework for Ruby Posted by jondot on January 03, 2014 — 0 comments Sneakers is a high performance background processing framework for Ruby based on RabbitMQ. It has a hybrid processing model akin to Puma+Unicorn combined. It's being used in production for I/O intensive, as well as CPU intensive workloads, and it maxes all cores.

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