Effective background processing with CakePHP


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Justin Yost at 11:29 on 28 May 2016

Solid talk on detailing both how to deal with Background Processing the general case, including the two main types of background processing - scheduled and queued systems. Information on both tooling and processes for dealing with and building background processing in general and more specifically in CakePHP.

David Yell at 11:58 on 28 May 2016

An interesting talk about the topics with some ideas which I had not thought of before. Time to re-evaluate my queues and automating thier management.

Great talk of the subject (in general) and some nice insights on how to use it CakePHP. Also thanks for the Rundeck tip.

Very valuable overview of background processing, with a special eye on CakePHP shells.

Walther Lalk at 16:08 on 28 May 2016

José's talks are always interesting to listen to.

Jad Bitar at 17:05 on 28 May 2016

While background processing wasn't unknown, José made me discover a couple new tools to use when working with them.

Mark Story at 17:46 on 28 May 2016

I really liked that José focused on practical advice rooted in real world experience.

Wouter van Os at 21:28 on 28 May 2016

Really liked the talk, found out some new awesome tools to use in projects. Love to see how other people implement these kinds of background processing strategies.

Discovered better possibilities for running background processes.

This is an important subject, which most people probably learn about when it's too late - the system is complex, slow, and difficult to change. Talks like these give people an opportunity to discover architectural and design problems before they happen. Yey for that! :)