What is yomo-zipper?

yomo-zipper is the workflow in YoMo Ecosystem, you can use yomo-zipper to manage the sequence of yomo-flow, and manage the yomo-sink which the real-time streaming data will output to.


What can yomo-zipper do?

yomo-zipper receives the data from yomo-source, and transfers it to yomo-flow to run the real-time streaming computing. After the computing of each yomo-flow in pipeline, the data will be output to each yomo-sink in parallel.

yomo-zipper connects the yomo-source, yomo-flow and yomo-sink in YoMo Ecosystem, you can configure and run yomo-zipper to experience the real-time streaming computing in YoMo. The data transmission is based on QUIC and the high performance encoding and decoding by Y3 Codec.

How to config and run yomo-zipper?

Config yomo-zipper

The configuration of yomo-zipper is a yaml file, you can config the name, host and port of yomo-zipper, and add multiple yomo-flow and yomo-sink.


name: Service
host: localhost
port: 9999
  - name: Noise Serverless
    host: localhost
    port: 4242
  - name: Mock DB
    host: localhost
    port: 4141

Run yomo-zipper

1. Install CLI

# Make sure to use $GOPATH since golang requires the plugin and the main
# application to be highly coupled
$ echo $GOPATH

If $GOPATH is not set, check here first: Setting $GOPATH and $GOBIN.

$ GO111MODULE=off go get -u github.com/yomorun/yomo
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/yomorun/yomo
$ make install

YoMo Tutorial 1

2. Run yomo-zipper

Use the example in YoMo project:

$ yomo wf run example/workflow.yaml
2021/01/15 16:04:52 Running YoMo workflow...
2021/01/15 16:04:52 ✅ Listening on

After running the above command, YoMo will start yomo-zipper and listen on the specified port 9999.

BTW: You can also run yomo wf dev to start yomo-zipper, it will automatically use the noise decibel value (from CELLA office) as yomo-source, for example: yomo wf dev example/workflow.yaml. In this case, you can ignore the step 4.

3. Run yomo-flow and yomo-sink

The following are using the examples in YoMo project, you can change them to the actual yomo-flow and yomo-sink which you want to run.

Run yomo-flow:

$ yomo run example/flow/app.go
2021/01/15 16:10:13 Building the Serverless Function File...
2021/01/15 16:10:21 ✅ Listening on

Run yomo-sink:

$ yomo run example/sink/app.go -p 4141
2021/01/15 16:13:29 Building the Serverless Function File...
2021/01/15 16:13:31 ✅ Listening on

YoMo also provides the following examples for yomo-sink, you can choose one to experience a more realistic scene.

4. Run yomo-source

Use yomo-source-example as an example to send the mocking noise decibel value. You can change it to the actual yomo-source which you want to run.

Download yomo-source-example to local and run the following command:

$ go run main.go
2021/01/15 16:18:10 ✅ Connected to yomo-zipper localhost:9999
2021/01/15 16:18:10 ✅ Emit 119.512955 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 82.569893 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 160.101456 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 170.802765 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 86.156288 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 114.443230 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 17.846315 to yomo-zipper
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Emit 166.903183 to yomo-zipper

YoMo also provides the following example:

yomo-source-mqtt-broker-starter provides an example of receive MQTT messages and connect to YoMo over QUIC. If you are using IoT devices based on the MQTT protocol, you can refer to this example to connect the MQTT messages as a yomo-source.

5. yomo-zipper receiving data and performing real-time streaming computing

2021/01/15 16:04:52 ✅ Listening on
2021/01/15 16:18:10 ✅ Connect to Noise Serverless (localhost:4242) successfully.
2021/01/15 16:18:11 ✅ Connect to Mock DB (localhost:4141) successfully.

Optional: Setting $GOPATH and $GOBIN

For the current session only:

export GOPATH=~/.go
export PATH=$GOPATH/bin:$PATH

To permanently set these variables, you need to edit .zshrc or .bashrc:

For zsh users:

echo "export GOPATH=~/.go" >> .zshrc
echo "path+=$GOPATH/bin" >> .zshrc

For bash users:

echo 'export GOPATH=~/.go' >> .bashrc
echo 'export PATH="$GOPATH/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bashrc