Simplifying scalable cloud software development with Apache Thrift

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M. Tim Jones

Date archived: May 15, 2019 | First published: November 12, 2013

Apache Thrift is a framework that enables scalable cross-language development, resulting in unambiguous communication among components in cloud environments. This article introduces the ideas around Thrift (an interface definition for remote procedure call with multilanguage bindings), and then demonstrates Thrift in a multilanguage client and server application.

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Zone=Open source, Cloud computing
ArticleTitle=Simplifying scalable cloud software development with Apache Thrift