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README.md

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Rio is an open source technology that provides a dynamic framework for developing, deploying and managing distributed systems composed of services.

Rio turns a network of compute resources into a dynamic service, providing a policy based approach for fault detection and recovery, scalability and dynamic deployment. Key to the architecture are a set of dynamic capabilities and reliance on policy-based and SLA mechanisms.

Developing services for use with Rio is simple. Rio provides a non-intrusive model that removes the complexity surrounding service development and deployment. Build your services using Maven and deploy using service artifacts.

Key features include:

  • Dynamic architecture for distributed systems
  • Built-in fault detection and recovery for your services
  • Policy based SLA enforcement
  • Support for external systems, encapsulate the control and monitoring of other frameworks
  • Built-in support for Maven artifact resolution at deploy time
  • Extensible service development & deployment support:
    • POJOs
    • Spring
    • Maven based artifact resolution

Building

Rio is built using Gradle.

  • Run ./gradlew build. This will run unit and integration tests, building a distribution in the distribution/build directory
  • To create a distribution only, run ./gradlew distribution

Use in your project

First, look at the Rio Examples repository for how to use Rio in your project.

Until getting synched with jcenter(), add the following repository declaration into your build:

repositories {
   maven { url "https://dl.bintray.com/dreedyman/Rio" }
}

You can then declare a dependency on the distribution artifact: org.rioproject:distribution:${rioVersion}@zip

Documentation

See the Wiki for documentation, examples, operational guidelines and other information.

Issue Tracking

Issues, bugs, and feature requests should be submitted to the issue tracking system for this project.

Getting Help

Feel free to ask questions on Rio's mailing list.

License

Rio is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. You may obtain a copy of the license here.

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