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

Jerry Kuch jerryk at vmware.com
Mon Jan 23 17:41:32 GMT 2012

Hi, dnsplus:

Could you perhaps clarify a bit what you mean by "remote?"  Are you
talking about systems that are geographically separated from your
"central broker" for some reason external to your application?  Or
are you just talking about having 8,000 consumers?  The latter
shouldn't be a daunting number at all for even fairly modest Rabbit

Best regards,

----- Original Message -----
From: "dnsplus" <developer at dnsplus.net>
To: rabbitmq-discuss at lists.rabbitmq.com
Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 8:42:23 AM
Subject: [rabbitmq-discuss]  Architecture Question: 2 Brokers, or Not 2 Brokers ?

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. 

Thanks !
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