[rabbitmq-discuss] does native web xmpp plugin in rabbitmq makes sense?
ben.browitt at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 11:55:48 GMT 2010
Let's take Facebook chat as an example. You only have web interface with
xmpp or a custom protocol.
You have several servers that need to sync.
How RabbitMQ can be usefull in this scenario? Do you mean that each IM
server will have a RabbitMQ node
that will send and receive sync messages from other RabbitMQ nodes on other
On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 1:43 PM, Alexis Richardson <
alexis.richardson at gmail.com> wrote:
> Let me have a stab at this. Others may have more useful comments.
> The main benefit of using RabbitMQ in these cases is twofold:
> 1. You want to do pubsub and/or queueing, perhaps "at scale"
> 2. You want to make use of a RabbitMQ client (or clients) for an
> 'integration scenario'.
> For example you may wish to combine both 1 and 2 to scale up your web
> or IM server by using queues to decouple user requests, from back end
> services that fulfil them, and then gather the results of the work on
> another queue before returning aggregate results to the user.
> Does this help?
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 11:06 AM, Ben Browitt <ben.browitt at gmail.com>
> > Hi
> > There is the xmpp bridge with ejabberd but I wonder if native xmpp bosh
> > support in rabbitmq makes sense.
> > Let's say mochiweb accept xmpp http requests, a process per user receive
> > request and decide what to do with it.
> > Each process will use the amqp erlang client to create a channel and then
> > exchanges, queues and bindings when needed.
> > If mochiweb handles the connections and a plugin handles the logic do I
> > really gain anything by using rabbitmq?
> > I have a feeling that rabbitmq is the way to go but I don't know why.
> > What benefits do I get by using rabbitmq in this scenario?
> > Ben
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