[Gluster-devel] [Gluster-users] Proposal for GlusterD-2.0
harsha at harshavardhana.net
Fri Sep 5 22:04:21 UTC 2014
> Does this mean we'll need to learn Go as well as C and Python?
> If so, that doesn't sound completely optimal. :/
> That being said, a lot of distributed/networked computing
> projects seem to be written in it these days. Is Go specifically
> a good language for our kind of challenges, or is it more a case
> of "the new shiny"?
Go has a more vibrant community, it would be indeed a great strategic decision.
Consul is also a much thought out project.
So i am loving what Kaushal has proposed - great stuff. One can
easily write C bindings
to Go! so it isn't a tight requirement.
Gluster management daemon should be really thin while it can really
serve simple requests
- Also Gluster management becomes an API but abstracted
- This API allows for making Gluster management daemon extensible in
tighter coupling with Gluster management
Indeed a great step in this direction +1
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