[rabbitmq-discuss] status of available message buses compatible with Java client
shane at digitalsanctum.com
Thu Jun 24 21:32:51 BST 2010
Awesome. I noticed that the code isn't currently compatible with
version 1.8 of the java client. Are you planning on supporting 1.8 in
the short term?
On Jun 24, 11:30 am, Mark Fisher <markfis... at vmware.com> wrote:
> We are planning to release the first milestone (1.0.0.M1) on Friday July 9th.
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> Subject: Re: [rabbitmq-discuss] status of available message buses compatible with Java client
> I've started looking at the code it's looking good. Any estimate on
> when an initial public version will be available?
> On Jun 23, 8:09 pm, Mark Fisher <markfis... at vmware.com> wrote:
> > Shane, see my replies inline...
> > On Jun 23, 2010, at 6:28 PM, Shane wrote:
> > > I'm still feeling my way around RabbitMQ (as you might have noticed
> > > from the number of posts I've written lately). One decision I'm
> > > wrestling with is what to use for message routing with the Java
> > > client. I've started looking into the following:
> > > - Writing my own helper classes with Spring
> > > - Apache Camel
> > > - Spring Integration with OpenCredo's contributions (amq template, amq
> > > spring integration)
> > We will soon be releasing the first milestone of our Spring AMQP project. That includes support at the same basic level as Spring's JMS support (AmqpTemplate, SimpleMessageListenerContainers for Message-driven POJOs, MessageConverter strategies, and more). We will be providing Spring Integration Channel Adapters, Gateways, etc. that will build on top of that functionality.
> > > Since RabbitMQ was recently acquired by SpringSource, SI w/OpenCredo
> > > seems like the natural choice but there hasn't been any development on
> > > the OpenCredo stuff since March? (looking at github).
> > We're going to be collaborating with OpenCredo on the project I mentioned above, and that project is actually quite active already. However, as I mentioned, we're just now approaching the first milestone release. We'll be moving to Git any moment now, but until it's moved, you can browse the current codebase here:https://src.springsource.org/svn/se-amqp/trunk/(afterthe move it will be at git.springsource.org/spring-amqp)
> > > Although Apache Camel seems to be more mature, I'd rather go the
> > > Spring Integration route since all of our apps already use Spring for
> > > dependency injection, etc.
> > As the lead of Spring Integration, I'm a bit biased. That said, if your main concern is having a solid (and "mature" I might add) Spring foundation with implementations that are absolutely consistent with Spring, then Spring Integration is probably the best choice (and 2.0 GA is only a couple months away).
> > > Can someone from Rabbit comment on the state of development with
> > > respect to integration with Spring? Is the contributions from
> > > OpenCredo going to be used?
> > Hopefully this question has been answered above. Let me know if there is anything that I missed.
> > Regards,
> > Mark
> > > I'm also interested in other message bus solutions people are using
> > > with the Java client.
> > > Thanks again,
> > > Shane
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