Top 2018 stories

Top 2018 stories

  Like every year end, we look back in order to review what we have done and achieved during the last months.  Many milestones, hackathons and releases marked our daily work with the Data Platform this 2018, but there was also time for our dationers to continue feeding our blog with useful technical post.   Architecture, […]

Datio Advent Calendar 2017

Datio Advent Calendar 2017

During the last twelve months, through our blog posts we have been trying to enrich the knowledge of big data developer communities.  This is why, to celebrate the end of 2017, we offer our particular Christmas tree, built just like an advent calendar composed by 24 articles and multimedia useful resources devoted to corporative and […]

Most popular Datio’s posts

Most popular Datio’s posts

It’s been eight months since we started this blog and we loved every minute of it. It’s been a privilege to publish 24 posts of our colleagues, with different topics both corporative and technical.   Here you are the top 5 most viewed blog posts. Women at Datio –  Raquel Asenjo. Docker in Your Production […]

Akka Episode II – The Empire Strikes Back

Akka Episode II – The Empire Strikes Back

In the previous post, we learned the basic foundations of the Akka toolkit. In this post, we‘ll see the nuts and bolts of an Akka application built on Scala. For doing this, at first we must define our actor model, and later implement every actor and the necessary messages to communicate actors between them. The […]

Akka Episode I – The Force Awakens

Akka Episode I – The Force Awakens

In recent times the term of reactive programming is being listened more and more. This one is a programming paradigm oriented to data flows and the propagation of change. Currently, Akka is becoming one of the most popular free and open-source toolkits for constructing concurrent and distributed applications on the JVM. This post explains which […]

Monitoring Mesos Resource Offers and Tasks

Monitoring Mesos Resource Offers and Tasks

WHAT IS DRF AND HOW IT WORKS? As we have said in the previous post, Mesos provides two-level resource scheduling, the first level happens at the Mesos master that is responsible for deciding what resources are offered to each framework and when; the second level happens at the framework’s scheduler level which is responsible for […]

Mesos Architecture: Roles and Responsibilities

Mesos Architecture: Roles and Responsibilities

Mesos provides an abstraction layer over a cluster of machines with heterogeneous resources and makes it seem like a single big machine, emulating a pool of resources, being able to run different kinds of workloads. With this approach, Mesos removes the need to allocate specific machines for each kind of workload (static partitioning).   Mesos […]