Monday, August 5, 2013

AWS Flow Framework for Ruby for the Simple Workflow Service

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The Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) lets you build scalable, event-driven systems that coordinate work across many machines that can be either cloud-based or on-premises. The service handles coordination, logging, and auditing so that you don't need to write a bunch of glue code or to maintain your own state machines. Instead, you can focus on the business logic that adds value and makes your business unique.

Today we are announcing a Ruby version of the AWS Flow Framework to make it even easier for you to write and manage your workflow logic in pure Ruby. Using the framework, you can write code in a straightforward way. Flow's pre-built objects and classes will communicate with the Simple Workflow API on your behalf, making it easy for you to run tasks in sequence or in parallel on one or more machines. The framework tracks the progress of each step and retries failed tasks based on rules you define. Under the covers, it uses Amazon SWF for state management and for distributing tasks across worker machines.

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