Treasure Data and IronWorker (repost)

Our friends at Treasure Data wrote a blog post about data collection in Ruby and how to run multiple data collection tasks in parallel (or scheduled) using IronWorker. The example from Treasure Data demonstrates what it takes to build a simple logging application in Ruby with IronWorker to manage and log the output to Treasure Data, which can then perform queries.

As noted in the blog, this example is not a complete solution but an illustration to show users what’s possible when combining Iron.io and Treasure Data. Big thanks to John Hammink and the Treasure Data team for their work to educate the community.

Here’s an excerpt from the original post:

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