[rabbitmq-discuss] project idea for final year project
shash4evr at gmail.com
Thu Oct 30 17:04:17 GMT 2008
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 5:27 AM, Alexis Richardson <
alexis.richardson at cohesiveft.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 1:05 PM, shashi fernando <shash4evr at gmail.com>
> > hi all,
> Hi :-)
> > im a final year student and looking for a project for my final year
> > (duration - 8 moths). Still im newbie to
> > RabbitMQ, but have experience on managing messaging protocols.
> > And i would like to carry out my project on management of distributed
> > systems while
> > making a contribution to open source world.
> An excellent idea!
> > im glad if you guys can propose some ideas relating to my interested
> > and provide
> > useful information necessary.
> One idea would be to look at what management tools are already
> provided by the underlying erlang/OTP platform, such as Appmon, and
> find a way to expose the most important ones to non-erlang users.
> There are lots and lots of ways that this could be done, but the
> easiest would be via completely language neutral means, e.g. HTTP,
> SNMP and of course AMQP.
> Another - complementary - idea is this: If you look at current
> research into systems management for the industry, people are saying
> that WS-Man is too complicated and that providing a RESTful interface
> would be better. Certainly RabbitMQ would be a good harness to show
> such an invention.
> Also, you could look at using queues to manage other things, by the
> command pattern.
> It all depends how much work you want to do yourself, and how much you
> want to make use of existing tools.
> Other folks on the list may have suggestions. Perhaps we can pool
> them and help you figure out which is best for your goals.
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thank you guys for the ideas. since im newbie to this environment, i have
very little knowledge regarding the erlang/OTP platform and WS-Man (but im
going to lookin into them). Therefore can you please provide a more
ellobaration on followings ,so than i can get the exact idea and work on it.
1. *find a way to expose the most important ones to non-erlang users.
*what the importance of such exposure* ?
2. WS-Man is too complicated and that providing a RESTful interface
would be better. Certainly RabbitMQ would be a good harness to show
such an invention.
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