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Effective Akka [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jamie Allen

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30. September 2013
Avoid common mistakes when building distributed, asynchronous, high-performance software with the Akka toolkit and runtime. With this concise guide, author Jamie Allen provides a collection of best practices based on several years of using the actor model. The book also includes examples of actor application types and two primary patterns of actor usage, the Extra Pattern and Cameo Pattern. Allen, the Director of Consulting for Typesafe—creator of Akka and the Scala programming language—examines actors with a banking-service use case throughout the book, using examples shown in Akka and Scala. If you have any experience with Akka, this guide is essential. * Delve into domain-driven and work-distribution actor applications * Understand why it’s important to have actors do only one job * Avoid thread blocking by allowing logic to be delegated to a Future * Model interactions as simply as possible to avoid premature optimization * Create well-defined interactions, and know exactly what failures can occur * Learn why you should never treat actors as you would an ordinary class * Keep track of what goes on in production by monitoring everything * Tune Akka applications with the Typesafe Console

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Jamie Allen is the Director of Consulting for Typesafe, the company that makes the Scala programming language, the Akka toolkit and Play Framework. Jamie has been building actor-based systems with Scala since 2009.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good, but not comprehensive 10. September 2013
Von Krzysztof Ropiak - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This short book, written by Jamie Allen, contains number of advises for Akka developers. I believe that you should be already familiar with Akka framework before reading the book, because the author assumes that you already know how to use at least the basic features of the framework.

First chapter of the book discusses the approaches to designing actor based applications. It's hard not to agree with the author about the presented ideas, but I think it's something that most Akka developers already know.

Effective Akka's second chapter presents two quite small patterns used in real world applications. I liked the first one, but the second one I consider a tip instead of "pattern" - like Jamie called it. Application of the pattern are presented with unit-tested source code, which is definitely a plus.

Third chapter (the last one!) presents general advises when using Akka, but I feel developers should be familiar with them already as these advises are not much different that general programming / designing rules. The only difference is that here Allen show how they are relevant to building actor based application. You will also find here ideas for creating systems with resilience and high-performance.

In conclusion, I'd like to say that the book seems nice to me. On the other hand, as Akka developer, I'd love to read a book that would push me on two levels higher in building actor systems, and this book left me a little bit disappointed in that regard.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Its an intro booklet. 12. November 2013
Von Ryan Ripken - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is more of a booklet than a book. Great starter material if you don't have access to the web and you are considering Akka. This book needed additional examples and more material and depth. The writing is clear and concise. The author offers a few tips that really should have been expanded into examples (logging, jmx, metrics). Most of the material feels like a rehash of the Akka documentation. The engraving on the cover is cool.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen its good, its short, it has its perils and its very advanced 4. September 2013
Von Tomer Ben David - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I found the general concurrency best practices in this book very useful, they are general enough to include not just actor practices but includes them. Example how to avoid code which is dependant on time, why STM is goof but still not a magic bullet solving all your problems, where to beware when using it etc.

Its mentioned in the book its for advanced and that's true. You should already feel very comfort with actors, Scala, multithrrading , futures, high scale programming. If you are then this book clarifies a few items. If not you can also learn from it but it will require effort. Personally I do learn from it I like it. I only wish it would be longer more comprehensive. Bottom line it fills a gap so its a good read. Most books avoid the difficult questions this book tries to answer that's exactly why I like it.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good advice but inadequate editing 25. Dezember 2013
Von System Architect - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This book provides good patterns and advice on how to structure, configure, and tune Akka applications for correctness, performance, and scalability. The level of the book is intermediate-to-advanced. The reader is expected to already have a fair understanding of Akka fundamentals, as the book states up-front. Unfortunately, inadequate editing/proofreading of the text is reflected in several sections where the intended meaning is mangled and, in some cases, altogether undecipherable.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Highly recommend for anybody involved on designing or developing distribute applications. 19. Oktober 2013
Von Hernan Garcia - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Jamie Allen tackles the problems of writing concurrent/distribute applications and expose some patterns that can help to found solutions to those problems.

All the examples in the book are written on top of the Akka framework (as is obvious in the title of the book), but the patterns can be easily extrapolate to other frameworks and languages.

It was a great read, even for a person like me, not very familiar with Akka. I really appreciate how each problem is clearly expressed and the different solutions are explored with ample samples and detailed analysis of the pros and cons of each approach.
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