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Subject [16/50] [abbrv] incubator-ignite git commit: # sprint-1 Updated readme files under docs folder.
Date Thu, 29 Jan 2015 12:26:08 GMT
# sprint-1 Updated readme files under docs folder.

Project: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-ignite/repo
Commit: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-ignite/commit/d19c73e4
Tree: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-ignite/tree/d19c73e4
Diff: http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator-ignite/diff/d19c73e4

Branch: refs/heads/ignite-67
Commit: d19c73e431f04aa9d7eb54032bdfd07a6678fd42
Parents: f5d64b2
Author: Dmitiry Setrakyan <dsetrakyan@gridgain.com>
Authored: Thu Jan 29 06:32:04 2015 +0000
Committer: Dmitiry Setrakyan <dsetrakyan@gridgain.com>
Committed: Thu Jan 29 06:32:04 2015 +0000

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+![Ignite Logo](https://ignite.incubator.apache.org/images/logo3.png "Ignite Logo")
+<div style="height: 5px"></div>
+## 1. Apache Ignite In-Memory Data Fabric
+Ignite In-Memory Data Fabric is designed to deliver uncompromised performance for the widest
array of in-memory computing use cases.
+Following main components are included in the fabric:
+* `Advanced Clustering` - support for auto-discovery of cluster nodes in any environment,
including, public clouds (e.g. AWS), private clouds, or hybrid clouds.
+* `Distributed Messaging` - support for topic-based and point-to-point message exchange between
cluster nodes.
+* `Distributed Events` - support for cluster-wide event notifications.
+* `Managed Services` - support for managed user-defined services, like cluster singletons,
node-singletons, and services with custom deployment topology.
+* `Distributed Data Structures` - support for common distributed data structures, like maps,
sets, queues, atomics, etc.
+* `In-Memory Compute Grid` - includes distributed clustering, messaging, events, and computational
+* `In-Memory Data Grid` - partitioned in-memory key-value store with support for ACID transactions,
off-heap memory, SQL, and more.
+* `In-Memory Streaming` - supports event workflow, rolling data windows and indexing, continuous
querying, and more.
+* `In-Memory Filesystem` - distributed Hadoop-compliant in-memory file system.
+## 2. Apache Ignite Installation
+Ignite distribution comes in a ZIP file that simply needs to be unzipped, and `IGNITE_HOME`
environment variable can optionally be set to point to it.
+There are no additional steps required for Ignite installation in such multi machine setup.
+Installation requirements:
+1. Windows, Linux, or MacOS environment.
+2. Java 7 or 8 (latest update is advisable).
+3. Point `JAVA_HOME` environment variable to your JDK or JRE installation.
+4. Optional: point `IGNITE_HOME` environment variable to the Ignite installation folder.
+### 2.1 Check Ignite Installation
+To verify Ignite installation, you can execute the Ignite startup script.
+The following command will startup Ignite with default configuration using Multicast node
+    bin/ggstart.{sh|bat}
+The following command will startup Ignite with example configuration.
+    bin/ggstart.{sh|bat} examples/config/example-compute.xml
+If Ignite was installed successfully, the output from above commands should produce no exceptions
or errors.
+Note that you may see some warnings during startup, but this is OK as they are meant to inform
that certain functionality is turned on or off by default.
+You can execute the above commands multiple times on the same machine and make sure that
nodes discover each other.
+Here is an example of log printout when 2 nodes join topology:
+    ... Topology snapshot [nodes=2, CPUs=8, hash=0xD551B245]
+You can also start Ignite Management Console, called Visor, and observe started nodes. To
startup Visor, you should execute the following script:
+    /bin/ggvisorcmd.{sh|bat} 
+### 2.2 Running Ignite Examples
+Ignite comes with many well documented examples. All examples have documentation about how
they should be started and what the expected outcome should be.
+> Use provided pom.xml to import examples into IDE of your choice.
+## 3. Maven
+Apache Ignite hosts its Maven artifacts in Apache maven repository as well as in Maven Central.
+### 3.1 Maven Artifacts
+You can use maven to add Ignite artifacts to your project. Ignite has one main artifact called
`ignite-fabric`. You can also import individual maven artifacts a al carte to bring in more
optional dependencies, like `ignite-aws` for AWS integration, for example. All optional maven
dependencies are also available in the Ignite  installation under `libs/optional` folder.
+### 3.2 Maven Example
+    <dependency>
+        <groupId>org.apache.ignite</groupId>
+        <artifactId>ignite-fabric</artifactId>
+        <version>${ignite.version}</version>
+        <type>pom</type>
+    </dependency>
+## 4. Starting Ignite Nodes
+Ignite nodes can be started by executing `bin/ggstart.{sh|bat}` script and passing a relative
path to Ignite configuration file. If no file is passed, then grid nodes are started with
default configuration using Multicast discovery protocol.
+Here is an example of how to start Ignite node with non-default configuration:
+    `bin/ggstart.sh examples/config/example-cache.xml`
+## 5. Management & Monitoring with Visor
+Ignite comes with CLI (command) based DevOps Managements Console, called Visor, delivering
advance set of management and monitoring capabilities. 
+To start Visor in console mode you should execute the following command:
+    `bin/ggvisorcmd.sh`
+On Windows, run the same commands with `.bat` extension.
+## 6. Scala Integration
+Ignite provides a very nice and easy to use DSL for Scala users called `Scalar`. If you like
Scala, take a look at Scalar examples located under `examples/src/main/scala` folder.
+## 7. Javadoc & Scaladoc
+All documentation is shipped with it and you can find it under `docs/javadoc` and `docs/scaladoc`
sub-folder respectively.

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