[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ Clustering Million of Users

Eugene Kirpichov ekirpichov at gmail.com
Thu Jul 5 00:15:16 BST 2012

Depends on the type of the requests and the usage pattern. E.g. if
you're fine with using non-zero prefetch, and the requests are just a
few hundred bytes or maybe a kilobyte, then 1 instance will be enough.

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 2:54 PM, eleanor <evangeline.eleanor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I'm trying to determine how much rabbitmq nodes (in a cluster) would it
> take to handle 1 million of users. I'm trying to compare that to Google
> Appengine Instances. Let's say my application on GAE should process the
> following:
>   - 4000-5000 requests/second
>   - 400-500 instances running
> Now I'm not really an advanced user of GAE so I don't really know how to
> compare those results with rabbitmq.
> And I know you're not GAE users, so just ignore the first part of the
> message and answer me this:
> 1. How big cluster would I need to handle 4000-5000 requests/s?
> 2. Is it a good idea to rent the available servers on 6sync or some other
> VPS hosting to build a cluster of RabbitMQ nodes there or is something else
> really a better way of building a RabbitMQ cluster?
> That's it.
> Thank you
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