Tag Archives: Parallel Processing

Akka Persistence using MongoDB – Part I


Akka is a powerful actor based tool kit for Concurrency, Parallelism and Clustering. But for every concurrent applications, Akka actors are not fit because Futures are another alternative for performing Concurrency. Most of the developers follow simple rules for using … Continue reading

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Scala Future Under The Hood


In the previous post, i was discussing about Scala ExecutionContext. As we know, for multithreading we need to maintain thread pools using ExecutionContext and by default ForkJoinPool is used because for accessing “multi core” processor. There are multiple thread pools … Continue reading

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Java Executor Vs Scala ExecutionContext


Java supports low-level of concurrency and some of rich api’s which is just a wrapper of low-level constructs like wait, notify, synchronize etc, But with Java concurrent packages Scala have high level concurrency frameworks for “which goal to achieve, rather … Continue reading

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Parallel Collections in Scala


As multi-core becomes a standard, writing code which can harness the power of the cores remains a formidable challenge. The following KnolX session, tried to decode how scala is trying to give us an advantage by providing us parallel collections. … Continue reading

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Power of Parallel Processing in Akka


If you have been following the Inphina blog and our work with Scala related technologies, you would have noticed a spurt in our blog feeds. The reason being that we have recently come out of a very successful massively scalable … Continue reading

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