DevNation 2014: San Francisco: Resiliant Messaging AMQ

DevNation 2014: San Francisco: Resiliant Messaging AMQ

Abstract

There are two main architectures commonly used to provide fault tolerance to a messaging server. The first is master/slave which is easy to configure, but as it scales, it requires 2X resources. The second is made up of active nodes and redundant nodes. The redundant nodes can take over for any one of the active nodes should they scale. The active/redundant architecture requires more software and more initial configuration, but uses N+1 or N+2 resources as it scales.

See also: Blog: Resilient Enterprise Messaging With JBoss A-MQ & Red Hat Enterprise Linux

 

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