Piranha is the infrastructure for running centrally managed distributed threads. The central servers install and maintain the latest version processors connected to it. New servers can be added or removed to the process without having to stop the system.
The center separates incoming jobs by type and assigns processors according to the principle of equal workload distribution. It opens new processors instead of the closed ones. If the unfinished jobs occur, the center follows up and redirect them to the lineup. This prevents job loss in the system and all jobs to be completed as quickly as possible.
Piranha is compatible with both Linux and Windows systems.
The Center, which categorizes all jobs and directs them to processors, operates as active / passive redundancy. In the event that the Center stops working for any reason, it becomes active by taking the role of the Center. By this feature, the system is able to provide high level accessibility and scalability.