[Architecture] Flow Manager Progress

Yura Zenevich yura.zenevich at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 20:37:20 UTC 2012

Hi everyone,

I worked a little yesterday and today on Flow Manager and I pushed what I got to a new https://github.com/GPII/FlowManager repo. Basically take a look at config files to see where Flow Manager assumes the other architecture components are. The whole flow is event driven and should be non-blocking (even though there's a whole sequence of requests back and forth).

Let me know what you think,


P.S. I did not have a change yet to take a look at actual api between those components so it is something up for discussion.

On 2012-02-28, at 12:44 PM, Boyan Sheytanov wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Here are the minutes from the architecture meeting on 2012-02-28:
> Agenda
> Status updates
> Boulder Hackathon details (IDE setup, contact info)
> Security discussion (postponed for Boulder)
> Tasks for next week
> Boyan’s updates:
> Security discussions with Trifon, results are in http://wiki.gpii.net/index.php/Architecture_Security
> Boulder travel organization
> Looking at Preferences Server code and experimenting with Node.js & express
> Kasper:
> Working on putting AT settings together
> Working on registry as it is needed for SP1, SP2, SP3
> Trifon:
> Security discussions with Boyan
> Boulder details:
> We haven’t decided on a common development environment yet.
> Boyan will send out contact information in a separate mail.
> Tasks for next week:
> Boulder Hackathon
> Windows development environment (Trifon)
> Best,
> Boyan
> --
> Boyan Sheytanov
> Lead Systems Engineer
> Astea Solutions AD
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