Title: Scaling Clojure deployments from the very small to reasonably large
Abstract: A talk for Clojure web programmers with an interest in automating the boring parts. I will be walking through an example of automating deployment of a Clojure web on:
* laptop with no virtual machines
* group of local virtual machines
* group of AWS instances
* AWS autoscaling group all from your laptop and all in Clojure
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Originally I saw this meetup with the title "Using LMax Disruptors with Clojure." Just curious if I misread the email, or if this was a previous topic?
0 · September 5, 2013
I definitely remember seeing at least a clojure meetup with this topic. I felt like it was this one too, but I also could have misread something.
No, you guys are right, unfortunately, the earlier speaker had a conflict, and we'll have to reschedule that talk...
The LMax Disruptor talk was scheduled for San Mateo earlier in the year and had to be rescheduled. Then it was scheduled for today in San Francisco and had to be rescheduled again. Luckily Arthur was able to step up and will give his talk (which we had discussed briefly at the August meeting).
Actually, the talk was done once at the San Mateo meetup, and the response was great. So we thought of doing it (an updated version of the talk, along with some updates to the library) for the SF meetup.
1 · September 5, 2013
Ah, I missed that meetup - and wasn't sure if it had actually gone ahead when I saw it scheduled for SF. My bad!
I'd like to give a short update on ClojureC.
1 · September 4, 2013
Mark - when would you like to do this? Can you email me a short description (and title) for your talk?
is this a Pallet demo? ;-)
My understanding is that this is to show a practical use of Pallet in a simple, comprehensible scenario, rather than being a demo of Pallet per se. Arthur Ulfeldt will be the speaker and this talk was discussed briefly at the August meeting.
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