[rabbitmq-discuss] Latest revision of NYTimes site is supported by RabbitMQ - launched 8 January 2014
arachweb at gmail.com
Wed Jan 8 19:50:25 GMT 2014
That's very exciting news.
Have you published any documents on this architecture, i.e., stuff you can
I'd be most interested in seeing them.
On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 2:47 PM, Alvaro Videla <videlalvaro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow. This is great news ––no pun intended ;-)
> It's really cool to hear this.
> On Wed, Jan 8, 2014 at 8:26 PM, Laing, Michael
> <michael.laing at nytimes.com> wrote:
> > Just a quick note and thank you to the RabbitMQ team for a great product.
> > Our premier online offering www.nytimes.com has a new look and new
> > underpinnings, now including a messaging architecture implemented using
> > RabbitMQ.
> > This architecture - nyt⨍aбrik - has dozens of RabbitMQ instances spread
> > across 6 AWS zones in Oregon and Dublin. The instances are organized into
> > "wholesale" and "retail" layers. Connection to clients is via
> > websockets/sockjs.
> > Upon launch today, the system autoscaled to ~500,000 users. Connection
> > remained flat at ~200ms.
> > nyt⨍aбrik provides subscription services for breaking news, video feeds,
> > etc. and will add more event based services. It also supports individual
> > messaging related to subscription status for registered users.
> > This system would not have been possible without RabbitMQ. It was the one
> > component, used everywhere, that never faltered or failed.
> > We look forward to contributing our own code to the open source community
> > but it will be difficult to match the quality of this outstanding product
> > and its supporting team.
> > Michael Laing
> > Systems Architect
> > NYTimes
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