background jobs

Every web application has crucial tasks that need to run in the background. They run outside of the main web response loop, but ensure any number of critical jobs gets done to keep the web-based application running smoothly. This means end users enjoy an engaging app experience, without it grinding to a halt every time…

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Vs 5 important differences between Celery vs. IronWorker: Language: Celery runs on Python. IronWorker is “language agnostic.” Performance: IronWorker has far more features than Celery. (It has a better UI too!) Scalability: IronWorker is, hands down, much easier to scale.  Price: Celery has an open-source license (this means it’s free!), but it comes with limitations. They…

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What are container based background jobs? Every web application needs to handle background jobs. A “background job” is a process that runs behind the scenes. Great effort goes into making web page response as fast as possible, which means getting data to the screen, completing the request, and returning control to the user. Background jobs…

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docker containers

Whether deploying applications or providing microservices, being able to get tasks done in the background without user intervention is key to operating efficiently for IT and development teams. One effective way to facilitate background job processing is with the help of containers. Container-based background job processing comes with a whole host of benefits. Here are…

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