CCR used at MySpace in a highly parallel environment

A video entitled CCR at MySpace has been released on Channel 9. It describes how the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime (CCR) has been used to handle requests for data on the MySpace servers which process tens of thousands of web requests per second. This is a perfect application for CCR which simplifies concurrent programming and provides very high throughput without using a large number of threads. CCR has been in use at MySpace for a long period of time, making it one of the longest running commercial applications of the CCR & DSS Toolkit, which is a spin-off from Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio.

Comments (0)

Skip to main content