[rabbitmq-discuss] AMQP over HTTP proxy
tomer.paz at gmail.com
Sun Apr 28 19:40:26 BST 2013
we do pub-sub, where the publisher is in the datacenter and the 'workers'
app are distributed over remote sites connected via WAN.
By "clients" I meant the worker apps.
On Sunday, April 28, 2013 9:41:02 AM UTC+3, 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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