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From "Michael Andre Pearce (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (ARTEMIS-1213) Support Client Side Persistence.
Date Thu, 08 Jun 2017 08:58:18 GMT

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Michael Andre Pearce updated ARTEMIS-1213:
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    Description: 
Client side persistence allows the client decouple the sending of messages with the availability
of the broker for periods of time.

It does not reduce the HA of the messaging product as for message failure/loss it would require
both client and broker side failures.

It has previously been requested here:
https://developer.jboss.org/thread/48115

Other brokers have this feature
Oracle: Store-and-Forward Client https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/wls/SACLT/saf_client.htm#SACLT150

WebMethods: Client-side-queue
https://www.scribd.com/doc/80485664/Web-Methods-Integration-Server-JMS-Client-Developer-s-Guide-7-1

Fiorano: Client-side-persistance
http://www.fiorano.com/products/Enterprise-Messaging/JMS/Java-Message-Service/FioranoMQ-New-Release.php

It could possibly work in two ways:

Circuit-Breaker where client direct sends if circuit is closed, but on failure circuit is
opened and messages are routed to client store, only after connection re-estabilished and
client store is empty the circuit re-closes. Benefits of this is the client side store is
only used in failure scenario as such latency is not affected.

All messages flow through the client store, send is return to client on success of sending
to store, and subsequent thread is used to drain the store to the broker.  Benefits of this
are that the broker send could batch up message sends or even better could possible async
handle the send, improving throughput.

Ideally this could be an add-on, as in a wrapper factory around the JMS api's which then could
mean its re-use in ActiveMQ5 and also QPID JMS client.

  was:
Client side persistence allows the client decouple the sending of messages with the availability
of the broker for periods of time.

It does not reduce the HA of the messaging product as for message failure/loss it would require
both client and broker side failures.

It has previously been requested here:
https://developer.jboss.org/thread/48115

Other brokers have this feature
Oracle: Store-and-Forward Client https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/wls/SACLT/saf_client.htm#SACLT150

WebMethods: Client-side-queue
https://www.scribd.com/doc/80485664/Web-Methods-Integration-Server-JMS-Client-Developer-s-Guide-7-1

Fiorano: Client-side-persistance
http://www.fiorano.com/products/Enterprise-Messaging/JMS/Java-Message-Service/FioranoMQ-New-Release.php

It could possibly work in two ways:

Circuit-Breaker where client direct sends if circuit is closed, but on failure circuit is
opened and messages are routed to client store, only after connection re-estabilished and
client store is empty the circuit re-closes. Benefits of this is the client side store is
only used in failure scenario as such latency is not affected.

All messages flow through the client store, send is return to client on success of sending
to store, and subsequent thread is used to drain the store to the broker.  Benefits of this
are that the broker send could batch up message sends of async handle the send, improving
throughput.

Ideally this could be an add-on, as in a wrapper factory around the JMS api's which then could
mean its re-use in ActiveMQ5 and also QPID JMS client.


> Support Client Side Persistence.
> --------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ARTEMIS-1213
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ARTEMIS-1213
>             Project: ActiveMQ Artemis
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>            Reporter: Michael Andre Pearce
>            Assignee: Michael Andre Pearce
>
> Client side persistence allows the client decouple the sending of messages with the availability
of the broker for periods of time.
> It does not reduce the HA of the messaging product as for message failure/loss it would
require both client and broker side failures.
> It has previously been requested here:
> https://developer.jboss.org/thread/48115
> Other brokers have this feature
> Oracle: Store-and-Forward Client https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1213/wls/SACLT/saf_client.htm#SACLT150
> WebMethods: Client-side-queue
> https://www.scribd.com/doc/80485664/Web-Methods-Integration-Server-JMS-Client-Developer-s-Guide-7-1
> Fiorano: Client-side-persistance
> http://www.fiorano.com/products/Enterprise-Messaging/JMS/Java-Message-Service/FioranoMQ-New-Release.php
> It could possibly work in two ways:
> Circuit-Breaker where client direct sends if circuit is closed, but on failure circuit
is opened and messages are routed to client store, only after connection re-estabilished and
client store is empty the circuit re-closes. Benefits of this is the client side store is
only used in failure scenario as such latency is not affected.
> All messages flow through the client store, send is return to client on success of sending
to store, and subsequent thread is used to drain the store to the broker.  Benefits of this
are that the broker send could batch up message sends or even better could possible async
handle the send, improving throughput.
> Ideally this could be an add-on, as in a wrapper factory around the JMS api's which then
could mean its re-use in ActiveMQ5 and also QPID JMS client.



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