[Haskell-cafe] Project idea, seeking feedback
monkleyon at gmail.com
Wed Nov 15 14:30:37 UTC 2017
sounds ambitious. But you might be able to reduce the scope massively by
relying on existing tools.
Let something like Nagios do the monitoring. I know there's tools to
control Nagios from Haskell. What I don't know is how up-to-date
they are, and I haven't seen something that reports internal
performance data of a Haskell app to Nagios, but that should be
simple if necessary.
Let something like Cassandra handle both the heaviest parts of
messaging between your node controllers and the storage of their
config data. If you base your WUI on top of the DB, you can separate
it from the controllers as well.
Coordination of resources is a variant of scheduling, which is a
""solved"" problem. So there should be libraries you can use.
Logging has been worked on by many a commercial Haskeller. My guess
is that filtering is just a matter of looking at one of the
libraries from the right angle.
This leaves orchestration, API connectors, and the DSL as the missing
parts. Which sounds way more doable than having your tool do all the
Or just use Kubernetes. Whichever is easier. ;)
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