Asynchronous - Future

Data System Architecture


A Future represents the result of an asynchronous computation (generally a promise)


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Data System Architecture
Conccurency - Asynchronous Model

Asynchronous allows an application to issue multiple requests and continue executing while the server performs the request. This type of request can improve an application’s throughput because it allows...
Data System Architecture
Concurrency - Model (Design)

list of asynchronous (concurrent/parallel) design producer-consumer, messaging, promise / future
Data System Architecture
Concurrency - Synchronization

Synchronization insures thread safety by preventing the same code being run by two different threads at the same time. When a code (object, method) has a synchronized property, if a thread enter a synchronized...
Data System Architecture
Data Concurrency - Promise

A promise is a concurrency design pattern where shared state is not required. It's the basic building block of any asynchronous model. A Future represents the result of a promise is called generally...
Java Conceptuel Diagram
Java Concurrency - Model

Which concurrency model should you use in @Java? Threads, Actors, Executors, Fork Join, Fibers?
Data System Architecture
Parallel - (Synchronous|Asynchronous) - Asynchrony

Asynchronous programming is notoriously difficult because the order of operations is highly unpredictable. The application thread waits while the server (such as IO device) performs a request and...
Card Puncher Data Processing

is Functional_reactive_programmingFunctional reactive programming library (implemented in several languages) It composes asynchronous and event-based programs using observable asynchronous sequences...
Java Conceptuel Diagram
Vert.x - Promise/Future

promise and future in Vert.x Do not confuse futures with promises. futures represent the “read-side” of an asynchronous result, promises represent the “write-side”. They allow you to defer...

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