Oct 1, 2015 | Brand Hunt
I’ve been pondering for a while on how to showcase some replay functionality in our AMPS product in a way that’s general enough that everyone understands the concept, yet provides a solution metaphor that easily translates into other domains. Ideally, the data would be from some real-world system, where time-series,...
amps big data performance basketball
Jul 22, 2015 | Ravi Palepu
Why is it that the latest Bugatti Veyron doesn’t have the fastest time at the Top Gear test track? How could a highly regulated or constrained 2004 Renault R24 Formula One outperform it? The Bugatti outperforms the F1 in many tests; but not on that prestigious Top Gear track due...
amps performance pure software
Jun 8, 2015 | Ravi Palepu
“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” ― Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul In the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Douglas Adams conveyed to us that the earth was actually a...
amps composite messages binary messaging blobs
Jun 5, 2015 | Dirk Myers
At 60East, we’ve been heads down in the lab, mixing up new ingredients to bring you the future of messaging today. We’ve just released AMPS 188.8.131.52. This release focuses on extending the futuristic capabilities we introduced in AMPS 4.0, making AMPS even better! Here are just a few of the...
amps indexing composite messages
Apr 2, 2015 | Brand Hunt
At 60East, we’re always helping teams analyze complex, interconnected software systems. One thing that’s easy to take for granted is file sharing – something that’s not always easy to do between teams in large enterprises. There are often great reasons for this, but for transmission of log files containing no...
toolbox tips and tricks
Mar 11, 2015 | Dirk Myers
CIO Review recently published “Scale Up and Out: The Changing Face of High Performance Computing” by Jeffrey M. Birnbaum. This article describes the state of high performance computing, and how things have changed since 1998.
You can get the PDF, or read the article online.
hpc scale out scale up
Mar 9, 2015 | Dirk Myers
AMPS makes a great platform for distributing messages to worker processes. The combination of low latency delivery, the SOW last value cache, message replay, and powerful content filtering make it easy to build a scalable grid of workers. In this post, we show how to extend the AMPS client to...
amps messaging bookmark replay stateless
Feb 18, 2015 | Joy Vincent
AMPS is built from the ground up to go fast. AMPS tries to deliver messages at the fastest rate that an individual consumer can handle. AMPS has sophisticated machinery to try to find the fastest possible delivery rate for an individual consumer, and AMPS works hard1 to keep slower consumers...
amps messaging testing bookmark replay
Feb 9, 2015 | Dirk Myers
One of the best things about AMPS is the way that it keeps publishers completely independent from subscribers. Publishers don’t need to know how many subscribers are listening for a message, where they are, or even whether they’re connected at a given point in time. That flexibility pays off: once...
amps messaging correlation response routing
Jan 30, 2015 | Dirk Myers
It’s January, and many people (including me) are thinking about the food they’ve eaten over the last few months. If you’ve ever eaten too much Halloween candy, indulged yourself in holiday food that doesn’t quite agree with you, had too many cookies or gone back for that one last sliver...
amps messaging stateless clients
Jan 24, 2015 | Dirk Myers
It’s great to be back! We just returned from a trip to 2025. While we were there, we took a look at what messaging systems and databases were like in 2025. We brought a bunch of cool stuff back and added it to AMPS 4.0. We’ve revealed some of these...
historical query performance amps 4
Jan 5, 2015 | Brand Hunt
If you’re a multi-discipline developer (like us!) it can be difficult bouncing between languages with different regular expression grammars. There are often command line utilities to help and you can always write code to test your patterns against test data. That said, there are some great regular expression testing tools...