By Yuyuan Yuan
The need for efficient and scalable data management and messaging protocols in distributed systems and IoT applications has become increasingly important in recent years. Zenoh is a new open-source protocol that addresses these issues by providing a lightweight, efficient, and scalable solution. It takes a data-centric approach to communication, which focuses on the data itself rather than the location or identity of the devices producing or consuming the data.
Moreover, Zenoh is built on Rust, a systems programming language known for its high performance, security, and reliability. Rust's unique features make Zenoh a fast and robust solution for managing and processing data in distributed systems and IoT applications.
In this talk, we will explore the architecture and features of Zenoh and discuss real-world use cases.
Rust enthusiast who likes to study language design and its applications in various domains. I am currently working on Eclipse Zenoh as a ZettaScale Taipei Team member.