[rabbitmq-discuss] AMQP over HTTP proxy
Gavin M. Roy
gmr at meetme.com
Sun Apr 28 18:13:12 BST 2013
If you want to publish over HTTP only, you might want to check out statelessd. It's a HTTP publishing daemon that allows for scale-out front-ends to be load-balanced. Works very well for me. I should package it up and put it on pypi soon, but I need to get the required pika 0.9.13 pushed first. You'll need to use github master of Pika if you want reconnections and such to work right.
On Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 2:41 AM, Tomer Paz wrote:
> We have strict constraint to use "web services" between distributed worker apps on remote sites communicating over WAN.
> meaning - worker apps must use only HTTP port 80 to communicate with Rabbit broker.
> These WAN connections are low quality in some cases...
> What is the best practice recommended?
> WebSockets? native or over STOMP?
> Assume we are using a proxy HTTP server at the data-center, where Rabbit hides behind it. (currently Apache HTTPD, if that is relevant at all)
> Our clients are mostly written in .Net and Java, they are apps, not browsers (just to clarify the issue)
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