[rabbitmq-discuss] AMQP 1.0 Support
dan.j.marques at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 00:12:19 BST 2012
The reason I was drawn to AMQP was that the API (as far as I could tell
from the RabbitMQ tutorial) was fairly intuitive how I could implement the
communication patterns that my applications used.
Is there any documentation that describes the changes from 0.9x to 1.0?
Does the AMQP group have any formal statement as to why they changed the
API so significantly?
On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 4:21 AM, Jason J. W. Williams <
jasonjwwilliams at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Daniel,
> AMQP 1.0 is so dissimilar from 0.9x that 1.0 should never have been called
> AMQP. It's literally as different as going from Gopher to HTTP.
> 1.0 is very difficult to use as an app developer. It solves a very narrow
> problem set best suited to integrating AMQP brokers better with other
> non-AMQP brokers. 1.0 is architecture astronauts at their best.
> Rabbit is fairly protocol agnostic... 1.0 support was mocked up to my
> understanding and was able to run alongside 0.9.1. So even if 1.0 took
> over, 0.9.1 support in Rabbit isn't going anywhere.
> In reality 0.9.1 is a much better protocol for getting real work done as
> an app developer. The primitives are higher level and much more useful for
> 99% of the tasks you'll likely want to do. As a result I don't think 0.9.1
> is going to go away...particularly amongst most AMQP users.
> Does that help?
> Sent via iPhone
> Is your email Premiere?
> On Apr 19, 2012, at 16:49, Daniel Marques <dan.j.marques at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > (Absolute AMQP and RabbitMQ newbie here, so please point to the
> appropriate place for this discussion if this is not it.)
> > We're about to embark on a new project, and am considering AMQP for it.
> We're hoping to unify at least 4 different messaging/communication
> systems, and replace them with a single enterprise-wide message bus. As we
> have apps in at least 3 languages, on 2 OSs, and would like remain
> vendor-independent, AMQP sounds like a good fit. RabbitMQ seems like a
> great implementation for our needs.
> > However, I'm concerned about the lack of a current AMQP 1.0
> implementation in RabbitMQ - I would hate to write the software using 0.9
> and have to rewrite it to support 1.0 once an implementation became
> available. If other vendors implement 1.0, it is not clear that will keep
> support for 0.9 around, in which case I would not see the benefit of vendor
> > I guess I was just curious as to RabbitMQ's plans to implement (or not)
> 1.0 and what that timeline looked like. I'd be also curious to hear how
> hard it would be to convert an application from 0.9 to 1.0.
> > Thanks for your help.
> > Dan
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