[rabbitmq-discuss]  Installing broker on each node instead of client-only approach

Николай Максимов maximov at rutoll.ru
Mon Apr 14 15:04:51 BST 2014

Thank you, Matthias. Is there any limits for queue size to be reached while working in autonomy/degrade mode? I need this to decide how long my setup could work without connectivity.


14 апр. 2014 г., в 13:20, Matthias Radestock <matthias at rabbitmq.com> написал(а):

> On 09/04/14 10:46, Nikolay Maximov wrote:
>> I have a network of nodes which has some events to be saved in local
>> store and queued for further processing in central back office. Please
>> advice what is better to manage and costs less: to have local store and
>> application which store message first and queue it then versus local
>> rabbitmq broker to do the same thing with persistent queue. I am looking
>> for best practice in this approach. Does someone has an exprience in
>> such design where broker installed on each node?
> A star-shaped RabbitMQ exchange federation (http://www.rabbitmq.com/federated-exchanges.html) - with local nodes serving as resilient store-and-forward buffers to a central broker - would work here and is quite a common configuration for exactly the scenario you are describing.
> Matthias.

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