As shown in the past, Apache Ignite is a very rich software platform. In the past, the Apache Ignite Data Grid has been presented. Relating to Advanced Parallel Computing, the Apache Ignite Compute Grid will be researched.
The Apache Ignite Compute grid is built for high performance, low latency, and scalability. I think one of the most impressive aspects of Apache Ignite is the thought put into interfaces, and integration. Ignite really allows integrators to easily develop in utilizing their framework.
The Ignite Compute Grid provides a great availability scheme. Basically, as long as there is at least one node available, your closure is guaranteed to execute. Of course I have haven’t explained what a closure is yet, but it’s similar to a Lambda to give an idea. Basically a small chunk of executable code.
The Ignite Compute Grid provides a fail-over mechanism as part of it’s load balancing functionality. The computing power of a node on the grid will be considered when executing tasks. The load balancer manages tasks to ensure they are running optimally.