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Schedulix - Enterprise Job Scheduling System

  •    Java

Schedulix is the Open Source Enterprise Job Scheduling System, which meets the complex requirements of modern IT process automation. It helps to create Complex workflow, Hierarchical workflow modelling, Workflows can be dynamically submitted or paralleled, Automatic reruns of sub-workflow, Load balancing, Sticky allocations, Time scheduling and lot more.

Clairvoyance - Make Taiwan a Better Place to Work

  •    Javascript

You might ask what does "Clairvoyance" mean.




firebase-queue

  •    Javascript

There may continue to be specific use-cases for firebase-queue, however if you're looking for a general purpose, scalable queueing system for Firebase then it is likely that building on top of Google Cloud Functions for Firebase is the ideal route. A fault-tolerant, multi-worker, multi-stage job pipeline built on the Firebase Realtime Database.

JSON Resume - JSON based standard for resumes

  •    Javascript

A community driven open source initiative to create a JSON based standard for resumes. The command line tool uses an ecosystem of modules that converts your resume to different formats like PDF, HTML.

firebase-queue

  •    Javascript

A fault-tolerant, multi-worker, multi-stage job pipeline built on Firebase

Jesque - Job queue in Java

  •    Java

Jesque is an implementation of Resque in Java. It is fully-interoperable with the Ruby and Node.js (Coffee-Resque) implementations.


queue - Asynchronous function queue with adjustable concurrency

  •    Javascript

Asynchronous function queue with adjustable concurrency. This module exports a class Queue that implements most of the Array API. Pass async functions (ones that accept a callback or return a promise) to an instance's additive array methods. Processing begins when you call q.start().

thoonk.js - Persistent (and fast!) push feeds, queues, and jobs leveraging Redis

  •    Javascript

Thoonk is a persistent (and fast!) framework for Redis backed live data and objects, such as push feeds, queues, and jobs. Thoonk lets you create a Model whose methods are mapped to Redis Lua scripts, and can listen for and emit events using Redis pubsub channels.

easy-schedule - Flexible job scheduling

  •    Javascript

Easy Schedule handles job scheduling for your application by storing and managing events that correspond to actions that your application intends to execute in the future. At the appropriate time, Easy Schedule calls back to your application at the provided URL to signal that some work must be completed.

level-jobs - Job Queue in LevelDB

  •    Javascript

This function will take care of a work unit.This callback function accepts an error as the first argument. If an error is provided, the work unit is retried.

decent - This is a decent Redis-based job queue for Node.

  •    Javascript

There are powerful job queue modules for node.js + redis out there, like kue and bull, to name a few. But powerful API comes at a price, they need complex data structure and redis scripts to achieve features such as delayed job, pause/resume and full text search. And since redis doesn't have traditional transaction, ie. no rollback when one of the command failed, and doesn't trigger error in node-redis driver, things can go south without developers noticing. Plus it's difficult to figure out what really happened due to non-intuitive redis data structure.To us, the proper answer is to design around this problem, instead of adding more features, we want a job queue that's barebone, fully tested, easy to inspect, and doesn't hide errors from developers.

convoy - Redis-backed unique job queueing

  •    Javascript

Convoy is a Node.JS module for creating job queues, publishing jobs to them, and consuming jobs from them using any number of workers running on any number of servers. It is designed as a centralised message bus through which you can connect loosely coupled applications that need to break up and delegate their workload across multiple workers on potentially many different machines. Convoy uses Redis as its storage medium.

thoonk-jobs.js

  •    Javascript

Thoonk is a persistent (and fast!) system for push feeds, queues, and jobs which leverages Redis. Thoonk follows a contract (schema + behavior) to allow multiple languages and custom implementations to interact reliably.

thoonk

  •    Javascript

Thoonk is a persistent (and fast!) system for push feeds, queues, and jobs which leverages Redis. Thoonk.js is the Node.js implementation of Thoonk, and is interoperable with other versions of Thoonk (currently Thoonk.py for Python). The core of Thoonk is the feed. A feed is a subject that you can publish items to (string, binary, json, xml, whatever), each with a unique id (assigned or generated). Other apps and services may subscribe to your feeds and recieve new/update/retract notices on your feeds. Each feed persists published items that can later be queried. Feeds may also be configured for various behaviors, such as max number of items, default serializer, friendly title, etc.

duty - Ridiculously simple Javascript job queue

  •    Javascript

Simply managing offline jobs shouldn't involve dedicated databases, standalone servers or complex configuration. It should just flow naturally with the rest of the code. Duty is a dumb-simple job queueu implementation that runs in native Javascript and by default, doesn't require any external database. There are other, more elaborate job queue systems for Node js. Kue is a very recommended library, backed by Redis. However, Node lacks a simple job queue system that doesn't require any additional infrastructure to test and play around with, even on local servers.

mail-listener2 - Mail listener library for node.js. Get notification when new email arrived.

  •    Javascript

Mail-listener2 library for node.js. Get notification when new email arrived to inbox or when message metadata (e.g. flags) changes externally. Uses IMAP protocol. We are using these libraries: node-imap, mailparser.