Storm in pictures

We’ve been using Storm for some time now. It is quite easy to start using it in a local environment (e.g. your IDE), but it can be a bit daunting to install a cluster and then really understand what Storm is actually doing to execute your topology. The documentation has improved over time, and some […]

Installing a Storm cluster on CentOS hosts

Storm is a distributed, realtime computation system to reliably process unbounded streams of data. The following picture shows how data is processed in Storm: This tutorial will show you how to install Storm on a cluster of CentOS hosts. A Storm cluster contains the following components: Nimbus is the name for the master node. Nimbus […]