About This Book
- See how the hardware and the JVM impact performance
- Learn which Java features to use with Clojure, and how
- Deep dive into Clojure's concurrency and state primitives
- Discover how to design Clojure programs for performance
OpenStack Heat orchestration makes it easy to build templates for application deployment and auto-scaling. The built-in resource types offer access to many of the existing OpenStack services. However, you may need to integrate with an internal CMDB or service registry, or configure some other services outside of OpenStack as you launch your application. In this post I will explain how you can add your own custom Heat resources to extend Heat orchestration to meet your needs.
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This book is ideal for intermediate Clojure developers who are looking to get a good grip on how to achieve optimum performance. You should already have some experience with Clojure and it would help if you already know a little bit of Java. Knowledge of performance analysis and engineering is not required. For hands-on practice, you should have access to Clojure REPL with Leiningen.