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Getting Started with Beanstalkd | Javalobby

Getting Started with Beanstalkd | Javalobby | EEDSP | Scoop.it

Beanstalkd is a job queue rather than a message queue, so when you put things on the queue (or "tube" as they seem to be called in Beanstalkd), they stay there until a worker comes along and processes each one successfully. It will retry if the worker doesn't indicate it completed successfully, and the worker can also "bury" the job - i.e. mark it as failed. If there are more jobs than can be handled, the queue will just build up a bit of a backlog while it works through it all, nothing will be lost or missed. Also beanstalk can run with a binlog, so if the server goes down or beanstalk crashes, it can pick up again with the queue intact.

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RabbitMQ - AMQP 0-9-1 Model Explained

RabbitMQ - AMQP 0-9-1 Model Explained | EEDSP | Scoop.it
RabbitMQ is a complete and highly reliable enterprise messaging system based on the emerging AMQP standard
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A Concise Comparison of RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ, and ZeroMQ Message Brokers | Javalobby

A Concise Comparison of RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ, and ZeroMQ Message Brokers | Javalobby | EEDSP | Scoop.it

a good, simple, and short description of three well-known open source message queues - ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, and ZeroMQ.  The descriptions are especially useful because they draw useful comparisons between the three brokers.  They were written in 09' but edited late last year.

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Amazon SQS vs. RabbitMQ

Amazon SQS vs. RabbitMQ | EEDSP | Scoop.it
Pros and cons of RabbitMQ in comparison to Amazon SQS...

 

We’ve been using Amazon SQS where I work for awhile. We have a fairly heavy (though, that’s relative: we’re a small company) cloud application that makes use of a bunch of the Amazon services (SimpleDB, S3, EC2) and, when we needed a message queue, SQS was just there for us. It was convenient, simple, and reasonably quick to code at.

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ZeroMQ Reaches 4.x - New Security, Socket Type and ZMTP | Javalobby

ZeroMQ had a major release: version 4.0.1.

- New wire level protocol, ZMTP/3.0,

- New security framework

- New ZMQ_STREAM socket type for working as a TCP client or server

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RabbitMQ Clustering on the RaspberryPi | Javalobby

RabbitMQ Clustering on the RaspberryPi from Alvaro Videla on Vimeo.
A video showing how to cluster RabbitMQ using three RaspberryPis for hardware.

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2.1 Spotlight: Camel is Back

Apache Camel has been completely rewritten for Akka.
Camel is an open-source framework based on known Enterprise Integration Patterns and it is great for integrating Akka systems with other external systems. The Akka Camel module provides an easy to use bridge between actors and Camel endpoints.

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Thought Forge RabbitMQ in Action | Thought Forge

Thought Forge RabbitMQ in Action | Thought Forge | EEDSP | Scoop.it

This book was published earlier this year and given I’ve grown to like the format of the “in Action” series I spent a bit of time reading through it and trying out the examples.

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