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What are the technical requirements for a existing application to apply Software Pipelines?

Ninad Kulkarni
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What are the technical requirements for a existing application to apply Software Pipelines?


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Hong Anderson
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I don't know what you mean by technical requirements. But Software Pipelines is to satisfy nonfunctional requirements like performance, scalability.


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Ninad Kulkarni
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Hi, Kenkaj
Technical requirement means if I have a application which is very old, made long before and have perl coding then how we can change or apply new pipelines technology to the application?
Cory Isaacson
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Ninad Kulkarni wrote:What are the technical requirements for a existing application to apply Software Pipelines?


Generally you can introduce pipelines into almost any business transaction application. The book examples are all done in Java, but it can work with other languages too. What is helpful is an application that is appropriately partitioned, with business services in its own layer. Then you can package those service components as pipeline services, and scale them at deployment time.
 
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