[rabbitmq-discuss] Fw: high availability solutions?

Rob Harrop rob at rabbitmq.com
Tue Jun 14 17:23:06 BST 2011

I would like to clarify my comments lest I mislead everyone to think 
that the king of all HA solutions is just around the corner - what we 
will be releasing soon is just the first step of our HA solution.

We'll have support for Active/Active queues. We're happy with how this 
works for known, preset cluster topologies.

However, for clusters that change dynamically, a fully automated 
solution is not there yet and will be following in the future.

As with all first release software, I doubt this will solve all problems 
for all users, but it is certainly a good step along the path.


Dave Greggory wrote:
> Sending to list...
> ----- Forwarded Message ----
> Wow, this indeed is fantastic news. Thanks for giving us a rough idea
> on when to
> expect it too. To get something like this within the next 3 months or
> so is so
> great. You guys rock!
> Joseph Marlin wrote:
>> On Jun 14, 7:31 am, Rob Harrop<r... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
>>> This is currently being addressed and indeed, we are close to releasing
>>> our full Active/Active HA queues.
>> This is awesome news! If you can, what is your rough estimate on
>> "close"? On the order of days, weeks, months, years?
> I hate to give estimates, but I'd like to think it will be finished
> within the next month. [Note: this is my personal opinion].
> Functionally, HA queues are ready to go, but we just need to finalise
> the exact usage model before releasing it into the wild.
>> Thanks!
>> _______________________________________________

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