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Storm Applied: Platformizing Storm

 
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Sean, Matthew and Peter,

Interested to know if and how people are using Storm as a platform and not just as an application. If I want to offer Storm+Trident as a service to my clients, are there interesting extensions/framework built on top of Storm+Trident that make this easier. I am looking for ways in which I could offer a Storm cluster as a service to my clients where clients can submit computations (may be in the form of some expression language describing the topology or may be even code) which can them be run in my shared cluster.

Does the book cover some aspects of potential extensions to Storm?
 
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We don't cover that, no.

 
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