[rabbitmq-discuss] Can I get your input for a RabbitMQ cookbook?

Josh Long starbuxman at gmail.com
Tue Feb 15 07:12:59 GMT 2011

And please don't forget Spring AMQP when you talk about the clients! :-)

Generally, concrete, real world cluster deployment and tuning would be
welcome along with disections of the various topologies. The
open-souce JMS brokers have generally pretty crummy documentation, and
lots of consultant-friendly back-door features. It'd be nice to combat
that with even clearer, unambiguous, detailed help on getting
clustering to work and an idea of the performance characteristics and
so on.

Josh Long
Spring Developer Advocate, SpringSource, a division of VMware
Co-Author of Apress' "Spring Enterprise Recipes" and "Spring Recipes,
2nd Edition"
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On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 9:57 PM, Michael Klishin
<michael.s.klishin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jonathan,
> Is your plan to focus on RabbitMQ specifically or AMQP in general?
> When I talk to people about AMQP and RabbitMQ, I mostly hear the following
> questions:
> * Is there an easy to use client for my programming language of choice?
> Should I use sync or async library?
> * So, how do I use all those queues and exchanges to make my shiny Web app
> talk to all those other apps?
> * Can I use RabbitMQ to build [a description of fault-tolerancy
> requirements]?
> and, of course,
> * What is Erlang cookie and why my rabbit doesn't want to eat it?
> while I personally would love to read a book that covers
> * Messaging patterns
> * RabbitMQ plugin development
> It all depends on who is your audience.
> 2011/2/14 Jonathan Brisbin <jbrisbin at vmware.com>
>> Please let me know if you've got a particular pain point you'd like to
>> see more well-documented. I'll be working closely with the Rabbit
>> folks to make it as useful as possible.
> --
> MK
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