Composing various Mochi components together into a daemon program running the service can be done manually, by writing a C, C++, or Python code that initializes various providers and resolves dependencies between providers. This method also requires to write custom bootstrapping mechanisms and custom ways of configuring the different components of the service. Alternatively, the composition and configuration of components can be delegated to Bedrock.
Bedrock is a bootstrapping and configuration system for Mochi components. It comes in the form of a program that can be run alone or with an MPI or a PMIx context. This program takes a JSON configuration file specifying the various components to instantiate and their dependencies. Bedrock also allows to retrieve the configuration of a service at any point during its run time.
This section of the documentation goes through the use of Bedrock, from deploying components, to writing Bedrock modules for your own components.