For an actor system you getter better performance and throughput with a
messaging system for Go like NSC (https://github.com/bitly/nsq) or NATS
(http://nats.io). Does that mean you also want to build in supervisor
actors into your system?

Cheers, Haddock

  Freitag, 4. September 2015 16:28:21 UTC+2 schrieb Luc Evers:

Goroutines and channels are perfect to handle multi-core servers but
what about distributed programming.
Would it not interesting to extend GO with actors (like Erlang actors)
for programming distributed systems?

Something like this:

The Actor works like a mailbox and messages are passing one or more
networks. While channels are local and more reliable.
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