[zeromq-dev] contributing to 0MQ
john.apps at hp.com
Thu Apr 15 18:54:14 CEST 2010
I am not a member of iMatix nor a developer on the 0MQ team, so am being a bit rude by responding to your note - Martin S., please forgive me!
One of the most difficult areas with software the nature of 0MQ is exactly the one you are thinking of: "Latency monitoring and adjustment". Given reasonable SLAs between systems/nodes/threads/whatever, it would be great to 1) examine the QoS against the SLAs and 2) be in a position to monitor the state of the system; even better, change parameters on the fly to alleviate things such as congestion, hung clients, or whatever.
My two Euro cents...
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From: zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org [mailto:zeromq-dev-bounces at lists.zeromq.org] On Behalf Of Ildefons Magrans de Abril
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The first step of this research should be an academic contribution
(papers) together with prototypes and a second step should be ideally
the cleaning/factorization and contribution to the 0MQ code base.
Therefore, I would like to start with a solid academic contribution.
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 5:23 PM, Martin Sustrik <sustrik at 250bpm.com> wrote:
>> I work at SAP Research Lab in Belfast and I am interested in
>> dedicating some of my research effort to HP messaging in the context
>> of the ZEROMQ project.
>> Could you please indicate me possible research lines that could be
>> interesting for your development and also with an strong research
>> Currently I am involved in QoS monitoring and adjustment and from a
>> personal point of view I am also interested automatic trading systems.
>> Perhaps a topic in the context of "Latency monitoring and adjustment"
>> would be interesting but I am open to other interesting possibilities.
> I believe it mostly depends on what's the expected goal of the research?
> An academic paper? Working code? Benchmarks? Etc.
> In any case, in each of these areas there's plenty of space for research.
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