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From tanshul22 <tanshu...@hotmail.com>
Subject embedded broker vs process & multiple brokers vs multiple queues
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2008 22:06:51 GMT

i have a situation where i have to send 100 messages a day to 3000 different
devices.
these devices are not always on (or in a state to receive messages) for
which a lot of messages would stay on queues for a long time.
i would need suggestions on the following:

1) is it efficient to have 3000 queues, each for each device or a topic from
where a message would be picked. (i would have to filter messages in a topic
to get messages only for the particular device)

2) is it equivalent to have an embedded broker vs an activemq process
(activemq.bat) performance wise.

3) would it be better to have multiple brokers instead of one?

thanks
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