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NAME CatalystX::JobServer - Multi protocol asynchronous job server SYNOPSIS CatalystX::JobServer is an AMQP and JSON based job and event server. You configure sets of AMQP exchanges, queues and bindings, and set these up to dispatch recieved messages into the application. What services are run by the application (and where replies are sent) is also configured. Various services (such as, for example, a job worker pools, or a message writer which writes recieved messages to disk) can be setup within your instance (again, fully from config). Traits can be applied to these services to add additional functionality (for example serializing the service state and sending it to a queue regularly). The application also listens on a port for HTTP requests, and allows you to browse the application state, or (using Web::Hippie) get a persistent pipe which regularly updates you with the state. QUICK START Install RabbitMQ on your machine. Start RabbitMQ with the default user/password. Install the dependencies listed in Makefile.PL (note that Plack and Web::Hippie need to come from my github forks right now). Run CATALYST_DEBUG=1 ./script/catalystx_jobserver.psgi Point your browser at http://localhost:5000 Look at catalystx_jobserver_web.yml and start playing. DESCRIPTION TODO Documentation - Please yell at me with questions and suggest places where the documentation isn't clear, I know this needs work ;) Fireing jobs from the web - One of the main applications I want to do with this is to be able to set off a job with an AMQP message from one web hit, then get the status as the job is running using Hippie. This is currently not implemented (but will be soon). SEE ALSO CatalystX::JobServer::Web, Net::RabbitFoot, <http://www.slideshare.net/bobtfish/real-time-systemperformancemon>. AUTHOR Tomas Doran LICENSE This library is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.