[rabbitmq-discuss] Suggestion - Simple Pub/Sub
alexis at rabbitmq.com
Wed Jan 11 16:04:23 GMT 2012
You can do 1 using RabbitMQ, because it lets you combine pubsub with
durable buffers (aka "queues").
You can do 2 by adding an archiving process as a subscriber to the firehose.
On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 4:00 PM, Aamir Khan <ak4u2009 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, There are two situations for the application.
> 1. When there is a live QA session going on, so everybody can ask question
> and we have to just push the questions to all the subscribers using the
> messaging middle ware. In case we are getting questions at a very high
> frequency then we will have a buffer and send questions to subscribers after
> certain period of time in order to avoid the confusion because of too much
> 2. There is no live session going on and you can't ask any question, but can
> just browse through the talk that happened in the past.
> I hope i have mentioned clearly what i am trying to build. Please give your
> valuable suggestions how should i go about it ?
> On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 9:13 PM, Alexis Richardson <alexis at rabbitmq.com>
>> What kind of storage do you want to use, and for what use cases?
>> On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 3:27 PM, Aamir Khan <ak4u2009 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I am working on a web application in which lots of users can send
>> > message to
>> > a central server. This central server will push message to all the users
>> > based on topic based filtering. This can be easily accomplished by using
>> > rabbitMQ. I am using Tornado web server for non blocking asynchronously
>> > pushing the messages to clients with rabbitMQ as middle ware for the
>> > message
>> > queuing. My point lies in that i also need to store each message into
>> > database so as to keep record of each. Since the messages won't be very
>> > structured data so i am planning to have noSQL storage. Can somebody
>> > please
>> > suggest some documentation where rabbitMQ is used in addition to
>> > database
>> > storage ?
>> > Well, i also read that i can use Redis Pub/Sub to have this feature of
>> > subscribe and publish model, so i am quite confused whether to go for
>> > rabbitMQ ?
>> > Any suggestions are most welcome.
>> > --
>> > Aamir Khan | 3rd Year | Computer Science & Engineering | IIT Roorkee
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> Aamir Khan | 3rd Year | Computer Science & Engineering | IIT Roorkee
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