Spiderwiz is an open-source programming model, runtime and API that dramatically accelerates the development, maintenance and performance of distributed data processing systems.
The programming model is based on the concept of a single data plane shared between multiple compute units. Its power comes from the fact that programmers need not write a single line of code in order for that share to happen. Instead of spending the lion share of their life dealing with data serialization, interfaces, service discovery, pub-sub, network protocols and all those thorns of the distributed data processing world, they can concentrate on what they are hired for – achieving their goals.
To understand the Spiderwiz paradigm and get some ideas about its benefits, see our blog post: From Data Capturing to Data Sharing.
For an in-depth discussion of the inside of the Spiderwiz runtime and how it handles data distribution, compression and integrity see Lean and Mean – Under the Spiderwiz Hood.
The Spiderwiz concept of event-driven data object programming enables the ultimate fine-grained code encapsulation. See Over the Hood – Ultimate code encapsulation with Spiderwiz.
When it comes to service-mesh development, there is a plethora of technologies that address many of the involved aspects. An obvious question that may be asked is why do we need yet another technology. See the answer in our blog post: The position of Spiderwiz in the spectrum of service-mesh technologies and why it is still needed.
And the cherry on top – SpiderAdmin. See what your applications are doing, watch data paths, analyze network traffic, configure your applications, download logs, deploy new versions and much more – all without adding a single line of code to your Spiderwiz-based applications.
OK, so you are convinced that Spiderwiz can change your life. The next step is to get the stuff.
Spiderwiz is extremely easy to use but you may need some guidance, which you can find in our Tutorial. For the full Javadoc go here.
Spiderwiz started as a project that meant to meet internal development team needs. Soon it became apparent that its real value laid in its competence as an inter-party collaboration enabler. When its use spread, its dazzling potential as a game changer of the global Internet started to shine. To catch some rays, read the blog post: The Spiderwiz Vision – Decentralizing the Internet.