[rabbitmq-discuss] resources for designing messaging systems

Shane shane at digitalsanctum.com
Thu Jun 17 18:29:57 BST 2010


No one on my team is familiar with Python (we're a Ruby/Java shop), so
Celery doesn't seem like a good fit. Since I initially asked the
question, I've found some additional resources that have helped me
including the "Enterprise Integration Patterns" book and the examples
in the Java client library. The book does a good job of describing the
theory of messaging solutions but I'm still looking for some real-
world RabbitMQ implementations.

Is there a list somewhere of open source projects that use RabbitMQ?


On Jun 17, 6:48 am, Matthias Radestock <matth... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> Shane,
> On 10/06/10 15:41, Shane wrote:
> > I guess what I'm looking for are code examples for complete apps so I
> > can get a better idea of the best way to apply exchanges/queues.
> > I'm working to port a legacy system of batches to use RabbitMQ. The
> > batches run in a continuous loop and use a database as a state machine
> > to determine what jobs to run and which data to use. There are
> > dependencies between some of the batches (one cannot run until one or
> > more others complete).
> Have you looked at celery (http://celeryproject.org/)?Not only is it an
> example of a complete rabbit app, it also is in a domain similar to what
> you are trying to accomplish.
> Regards,
> Matthias.
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