Microsoft Research's Project “Orleans” Goes Open Source, Provides Framework To Build Distributed High-scale Computing Apps


At Build 2014, Microsoft announced the preview release of a cloud programming model Project “Orleans” that provides a straightforward approach to building distributed high-scale computing applications, without the need to learn and apply complex concurrency or other scaling patterns. Project “Orleans” was used in the Halo 4 services architecture. Today, Microsoft announced that they are open sourcing Project Orleans.

Since the release of the Project “Orleans” Public Preview at //build/ 2014 we have received a lot of positive feedback from the community. We took your suggestions and fixed a number of issues that you reported in the Refresh release in September.

Now we decided to take the next logical step, and do the thing many of you have been asking for – to open-source “Orleans”. The preparation work has already commenced, and we expect to be ready in early 2015. The code will be released by Microsoft Research under an MIT license and published on GitHub. We hope this will enable direct contribution by the community to the project. We thought we would share the decision to open-source “Orleans” ahead of the actual availability of the code, so that you can plan accordingly.

Thank you all for being great users of Project “Orleans”! We hope to see you soon as contributors as well

via: Geekwire

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