How does the distributed scheduling system and DAO structure of Caduceus benefit developers? † by Caduceus | Jun, 2022
Distributed scheduling systems play a vital role in metaverse development and the digital transformation of businesses.
Data processing, which is a key component of this, demands pin point accuracy, efficiency, and high security due to the high volume of sensitive information. While some of the more time-consuming aspects must be separated from asynchronous processing in order to improve efficiency.
This article describes how Caduceus distributed task scheduling system (CDT) achieves real-time, reliable, and efficient job scheduling from a structural and technical point of view.
Analysis of Caduceus distributed task scheduling system:
The last decade has seen a rapid transition in businesses moving away from traditional organizational structures which are large and slow to change, to more agile micro and cloud-based services.
This rapid growth has rendered typical scheduling architecture (based on Quartz) inefficient, as the technology is ill-equipped to meet the need of more sophisticated and dispersed data — nor can it accomplish real-time task scheduling, or job division.
The metaverse industry needs a better distributed task scheduling solution to help businesses manage complex scheduled tasks. This will in turn help to aid businesses transition to decentralized services.
The Caduceus distributed task scheduling system (CDT) is a fully-functional system with automatic task management and scheduling capabilities, which can provide operational web-based management tools to meet the requirements of a variety of scenarios.
CDT handles complicated task scheduling by combining edge rendering, edge computing, real-time monitoring, and other functional characteristics. Combined with the actual business scenarios of developers, it addresses ‘task analysis’, ‘task adjustment’, ‘task reaching’ and ‘task execution’.
The Caduceus distributed task scheduling system is defined as follows:
- Controller system: user interface, task management and intervention interface, task operation configuration, and maintenance indicator
- Trigger: analyzing tasks and creation of ‘trigger events’
- Scheduler: allocating tasks, managing the cycle of task operation
- Access Gateway (AGW): authentication, session management, and transparent transmission of task information
- SDK/Agent: task execution unit and executing task logic
The distributed task scheduling system has the following advantages:
1. Modular micro-service structure platform with unique functions
The ‘trigger function’ in a modular micro-service represents the task’s trigger time and examines it. By combining this with a messaging queue facility, it avoids problems encountered with IO systems.
In tandem with this, an analysis and loading strategy in the traditional multi-node system is implemented via a disaster and recovery strategy, helping to reduce the pressure on storage.
The system overhead, which is responsible for the execution of high-frequency tasks, effectively solves the problem triggered by high frequency.
And a control system, which is the most sophisticated component in a job scheduling system, arranges messaging queue events. This allows IO-focused components to be separated from the trigger, enhancing the system’s performance so it can focus on job scheduling, adjustments, and providing fault tolerance services.
Node connection independently verifies access and is responsible for upper and lower channel session management. Front end and back-end service nodes implement a mechanism for effective session management, with transparent data transmission facilitates to create a closed loop.
In addition, the number of connections to a single node, and the connection of high concurrency TCP is successfully resolved under low loads via the design of the SDK or proxy.
2. Flexible design and easy horizontal expansion
Using an effective sharding method, scaling of the service can be accomplished rapidly, helping to prevent the build up of trigger pressure.
Revised design through scheduling eliminates the need to consider the work’s source, as each task is undefined. Having a completely stateless architecture means that the technology can expand horizontally, allowing it to support an infinite number of TCP connections.
Support for “Cron” operations triggers specific loop frequencies that have multiple control options, including pause, resume, and stop — and are provided by management functions that are adaptable.
Technical analysis of DAO Organization:
In recent years, the fast growth of blockchain technology has given rise to “Decentralized Autonomous Organisation” for DAO users.
DAO is a way for recording the administration and operation rules of an organization on the blockchain as smart contracts, so that there is no centralized control, and the organization works autonomously without third-party interference.
As a result, DAO has evolved into a novel organization which is able to effectively navigate unpredictable and complicated scenarios.
The creators of DAO have built a community with a shared objective — to coordinate action toward certain aims. DAO enables organizational administration via the issue of NFTs, which encourage participants to build a productive community.
DAO media decentralizes the interaction between content creators, consumers, and media. Instead of depending on ad-based income models, DAOs use token incentives to reward content providers and consumers. This in turn disrupts the advertising revenue-based model and levels the playing field with the advantages being more equal between readers and creators.
Grants & Charity /DAOs:
One of the most promising practicalities with DAOs is with donations. When a community donates money it can utilize the DAO to vote on how to divide funds among different contributors in the form of governance proposals.
This is because the DAO was initially governed by non-transferable shares, which means that membership was motivated primarily by social involvement rather than financial gains, which is the primary incentive for membership.
Caduceus is looking to alter organizational structures based on the DAO’s revolutionary design principles: on the basis of DAO and an open encrypted network, more efficient and successful organizational structures can be built.
Caduceus spatial computing feature:
The metaverse ecosystem consists of various elements — made up of the virtual world, digital space, and the creation of ‘value’. It’s a constantly evolving space which enables novel experiences using different discovery systems. These can be categorized as either ‘inbound’ or ‘outbound’.
Inbound systems include real-time status, community-driven information, search engines, media, application programming interfaces (APPs), and a program list.
Whilst outbound systems include display advertisements, alerts, LinkedIn and Discord. Corporate generated content is the most cost-effective way of discovery compared to other types of marketing. When individuals genuinely care about a topic or event they’re engaging in, they are more likely to share through word of mouth.
By means of discovery in the long term, content markets will become an alternative for app marketplaces, with the relative simplicity of decentralized exchanges promoting more direct engagement between authors and the community.
The metaverse has a distinct point of difference from other social platforms, which rather than focusing on people’s likes and dislikes, instead looks at offering — and the value that comes from sharing experiences, and the connections acquired through them.
Similarly to how the metaverse reimagined physical reality, the metaverse digitises the social fabric of society, allowing for the transfer of authority from suppliers to social groups without friction.
The metaverse is intended to both free up space to optimize computing power, while also integrating it further into everyday life. One example is how the metaverse is building systems that push the limits of conventional displays and keyboards, and the other is with cloud edge rendering and distribution of data via nodes that take strain off computing and increase efficiencies.
Spatial computing has evolved into a broad suite of technologies that enable us to enter and manipulate three-dimensional space. The following are the most important features of spatial computing:
1. 3D engine — graphic shapes and animation
2. Mapping and interpreting — geospatial mapping and object recognition
3. Voice and gesture recognition
4. Edge rendering and edge computing
5. Data integration and biometrics
6. Next-generation user interface
In addition, distributed computing and micro services create scalable ecosystems for developers with improvements in online capabilities, including management systems, artificial intelligence, and various rendering systems.
The scalability and low latency of edge rendering computing is helping to overcome technological challenges. Caduceus is working to ensure that apps developed for multiple devices have similarities, allowing for the migration and mutual support of services.
First, during the landing process, the distributed application and execution framework detach from the application’s business logic — splitting it atomically so that they can operate independently on any device.
This is known as meta-capability, and is a new solution for distributed applications and execution frameworks. It allows for the creation of diverse applications in a broad variety of scenarios. By using distributed application architecture, it can finish the app’s cross-device migration.
Secondly, from a functional point of view, the meta-capability is developed by a third party, integrating it with a single program entity. For example, when facing different applications of the same type, Attribute Authority (AA) can integrate common features, and then open up its interface to developers. Developers can call other devices through Feature Ability (FA), sharing the computing power of the device with other devices, to create multi-terminal deployment and increase efficiencies.
Finally, the application of Caduceus’ distributed task scheduling system is flexible with meta-capabilities, which can be divided or combined to provide developers with a unified development entry point.
Any architectural design in the age of big data, with its vast volume of information to process, and user size, must contend with several issues. These include network response time, fault tolerance, data reliability, and consistency.
As a new generation of distributed platform scheduling system, Caduceus is dedicated to offering developers more comprehensive, efficient, secure, and reliable services — and this extends from product features through to technical architecture.
In terms of ecological growth, product quality is the crucial factor. Caduceus has developed expansion schemes to ensure consistent performance and efficiency, in-keeping with the high-frequency and high-capacity expectation of business needs today.
The future of the metaverse is not a world dominated by a single technology, but instead, a world in which several technologies co-exist and strengthen one another. Caduceus is helping to better integrate these technologies to create a cohesive ecosystem so that developers concentrate further on application development rather than navigating the metaverse’s complicated ecosystem.