Stream Computing Platform

Ravi Peri shows how to set up the Stream Computing Platform for .NET (SCP.Net) library and kick off a job:

SCP.Net generates a zip file consisting of the topology DLLs and dependency jars.

It uses Java (if found in the PATH) or .net to generate the zip. Unfortunately, zip files generated with .net are not compatible with Linux clusters.

If you’re interesting in working with a Storm topology while writing .NET code, check this out.

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