[rabbitmq-discuss] Architecture Question: 2 Brokers, or Not 2 Brokers ?

Eugene Kirpichov ekirpichov at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 16:48:38 GMT 2012

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 8:42 PM, dnsplus <developer at dnsplus.net> wrote:

> Hello Wizards,
> I need some help. I need to decide whether my system will have a central
> broker that routes messages to individual remote brokers (where there is a
> single consumer running on a timed interval), or whether to have a central
> broker with a queue for each remote site. Number of remote sites: ~8000.
> I believe this is the kind of problem that would benefit from an
> interactive
> discussion, however this does not appear to be very available at this time.
> I am sure there will be necessary questions to clarify scope and objective,
> and I am happy to answer them. The discourse will likely help other people
> as well.
Yup; it would be nice if you described what you're trying to do.

> Thanks !
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Eugene Kirpichov
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