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rabotnik demo
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Simplest showcase for 
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`rabotnik <https://git.gfz-potsdam.de/dynamicexposure/rabotnik/rabotnik>`__
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spinnig up two of its instances with example computation content and a
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`main message bus <https://git.gfz-potsdam.de/dynamicexposure/rabotnik/docker-rabotnik-message-bus>`__
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for the communication and triggering of actions between the instances.
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The `data/instance-a/__main__.py` which send the signal `building` with a *building_id* to the
broker. The client `data/instance-b/__main__.py` reacts to that signal in its `building` method.
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For testing use the rabbitmq broker provided by the rabotnik in the `tests/rabbitmq-docker`
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directory which comes preconfigured within a `docker-compose` environment.
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The whole setup can be started with docker-compose:
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	``docker-compose up``
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Copyright and copyleft
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Copyright (C) 2020

* Helmholtz-Zentrum Potsdam Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ

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