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With ZkFarmer, each server registers itself in one or several farms. Thru this registration, hosts can expose arbitrary information about their status.
On the other end, ZkFarmer helps consumers of the farm to maintain a configuration file in sync with the list of hosts registered in the farm with their respective configuration.
In the middle, ZkFarmer helps monitoring and administrative services to easily read and change the configuration of each host.
Currently ZkFarmer provides the following functionality:
- Registering ZooKeeper services to one or several farms (joining a farm)
- Listing farms and hosts
- Read and Write farms content
- Farm monitoring
- Syncing farm configuration
Original title and link: ZkFarmer: Tools for Managing Distributed Server Farms Using Apache ZooKeeper ( ©myNoSQL)
Jogger gives you named traversals and is a little bit like named scopes. Jogger groups multiple pacer traversals together and give them a name. Pacer traversals are are like pipes. What are pipes? Pipes are great!!
The most important conceptual difference is, that the order in which named traversals are called matter, while it usually doesn’t matter in which order you call named scopes.
Knowing how Gremlin and Cypher compare, question is how is Jogger compared to Cypher?
Original title and link: Neo4j and JRuby: Expressive Graph Traversals With Jogger ( ©myNoSQL)