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From Rob Davies <rajdav...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Poor design, poor performance. Better design, better performance?
Date Wed, 20 Jan 2010 05:40:01 GMT
Hey - that's great to hear!

On 19 Jan 2010, at 23:13, jongraf wrote:

>
> Our load tests have completed and I am proud to report that reading  
> the
> documentation, educating the entire technical team and documenting the
> various ActiveMQ settings in our properties files has led to a  
> significant
> performance increase.
>
> Our web app hit 1750 hits per second with 1,000 virtual users.  This  
> is way
> better than what we were getting with embedded brokers in each JVM  
> with
> consumers talking to each other via REST.
>
> Lessons: simple architecture, less layers and reading, reading,  
> reading.
> READ!
>
> Read the various enterprise integration patterns and pick one that  
> suits
> your needs.
> In my case: http://www.enterpriseintegrationpatterns.com/Message.html
>
> Learn about the various ActiveMQ Topologies:
> http://activemq.apache.org/topologies.html
> (this should probably be the first page of the documentation)
>
> Many of the Spring examples show the Producer beans and the Consumer  
> beans
> in the same Spring XML.  In a client-server topology, this is a highly
> unlikely scenario.  Your producer and consumer will live in  
> separate .war
> distributions.
>
>
> jongraf wrote:
>>
>>
>> Proposed design:
>> * client-server topology with standalone broker
>> * non-persistent messaging
>> * producer client sends to queue, consumer client on remote machine
>> listens to queue
>>
>> Does my thought process make sense?  I am not necessarily looking to
>> increase the number of messages sent through the queue, but to  
>> allow my
>> application to have better response times.
>>
>
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>

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