What are the three distinct layers of the Codebase in Storm?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Storm's codebase consists of three distinct layers.

  • First, a storm can run with the use of any language. This is due to the thrift structures. The storm is compatible to go with all the languages.
  • Second, all the interfaces of the storm are specified as the interfaces of Java. All the users have to go with API of Java which implies that always all storm's features are accessible through Java.
  • Third, Clojure has a large implementation of the storm. Half of the storm is Clojure code and the other half is Java code, with Clojure code being more expressive.

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