[rabbitmq-discuss] sinatra web server
almumontiel at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 09:29:04 BST 2011
thanks a lot for being so helpful.
I went through the documentation and I understood mostly what I would
like is the "Event" pattern.
The scenario is the next: theres a tool (http://collectd.org/) that
collects monitoring info (in rrdtool) for each node and could be
displayed on a browser (this is done via a Sinatra app). I would like
to implement the "aggregation" of such info, so that I gather the info
in an asynchronous way. The communication would be 1:N.
For this, would I need a rabbitmq agent on each node?
I would appreciate any suggestion on how to go forward.
On Aug 22, 1:13 pm, Marek Majkowski <maje... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 10:28, Almudena <almumont... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am new to rabbitMQ and I quite not understand completely the whole
> > thing. I am trying to use the messaging technology to implement the
> > "load balancing" of my webserver, and with this I mean to distribute
> > the calls made to my website into several clients.
> > I would like to get answers quickly from my server, and no matter if
> > it is the very last information, but the most approximate calculated
> > by the clients (the application is a monitor system for my
> > infrastructure, and it should collect info from many machines).
> I'm afraid there isn't a short answer. If you want to develop
> something using Rabbit, you should spend some time and
> learn underlying concepts and abstractions.
> If you want to read about the basics, follow the links
> shared by Michael:http://rubydoc.info/github/ruby-amqp/amqp/master/file/docs/AMQP091Mod...
> If you want to jump straight into the code, take look
> at RabbitMQ tutorials:http://www.rabbitmq.com/getstarted.html
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