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sidecloq - Recurring / Periodic / Scheduled / Cron job extension for Sidekiq

  •    Ruby

There are several options for running periodic tasks with Sidekiq, including sidekiq-scheduler, sidekiq-cron, as well as Sidekiq Pro. Each tackles the problem slightly differently. Sidecloq is inspired by various facets of these projects, as well as resque-scheduler. I urge you to take a look at all of these options to see what works best for you. Tested on MRI > 2, JRuby and Rubinius. Basically, if you can run Sidekiq, you can run Sidecloq. Note that Sidekiq >= 5 does not support MRI ruby < 2.2.2.

cacti - :cactus: Extremely simple MongoDB/Redis backups to Amazon S3 with encryption and compression

  •    Javascript

You must ensure that the user running the CLI or interacting with the API has permission to access your Redis database backup file path. Note that if you have changed the paths below from the defaults provided then you'll need to adjust them.

mongodb-cron - MongoDB collection as crontab

  •    TypeScript

This package offers a simple API for scheduling tasks and running recurring jobs on MongoDB collections. Any collection can be converted into a job queue or crontab list. It uses the officially supported Node.js driver for MongoDB. It's fast, minimizes processing overhead and it uses atomic commands to ensure safe job executions even in cluster environments. This is a light weight open source package for NodeJS written with TypeScript. It's actively maintained, well tested and already used in production environments. The source code is available on GitHub where you can also find our issue tracker.




mongoose-cron - Mongooose collection as crontab

  •    Javascript

MongooseCron is build on top of MongoDB and Mongoose. It offers a simple API for scheduling tasks and running recurring jobs on one or multiple database collections, supporting models and discriminators. It's fast, minimizes processing overhead and it uses atomic commands to ensure safe job executions in cluster environments. Let's say we have a simple application like the one below.

Laravel-Recurring

  •    PHP

Require this package, with Composer, in the root directory of your project. If you discover a security vulnerability within this package, please send an e-mail to hello@brianfaust.me. All security vulnerabilities will be promptly addressed.






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