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Common Runtime for Applications (CRA) is a software layer (library) that makes it easy to create and deploy distributed dataflow-style applications on top of resource managers such as Kubernetes, YARN, and stand-alone cluster execution.

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Common Runtime for Applications

Common Runtime for Applications (CRA) is a software layer (library) that makes it easy to create and deploy distributed dataflow-style applications on top of resource managers such as Kubernetes, YARN, and stand-alone cluster execution. Currently, we support stand-alone execution (just deploy an .exe on every machine in your cluster) as well as execution in a Kubernetes/Docker environment.

CRA has been used to build both offline and streaming analytics platforms such as Quill and online microservice fabrics such as Ambrosia. Learn more about CRA here:

After you clone the source code, check out the wiki at https://github.com/Microsoft/CRA/wiki for instruction on building CRA and running your first sample distributed application - either locally or in a Kubernetes (Windows) cluster using a Docker image of CRA. We have provided detailed step-by-step instructions for accomplishing this in the wiki. We show how to do this on Azure Container Service (ACS), but CRA should work on any other Kubernetes cluster as well.

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This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact opencode@microsoft.com with any additional questions or comments.

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