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From Tammer Salem <tammer.sa...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Is ActiveMQ good fit for our project?
Date Sun, 21 Feb 2010 12:49:59 GMT
Just some updates to your specific questions below:

On 20 February 2010 13:21, Tammer Salem <tammer.salem@googlemail.com> wrote:

> On the surface it sounds like your project could make good use of ActiveMQ.
> Using ActiveMQ is a bit like choosing what your enterprise integration layer
> will look like. The advantage of ActiveMQ is that it uses industry proven
> messaging (in JMS) and has the convenience of providing many different types
> of connectors.
>
> The questions you need to ask are:
>
>    1. Do the messages from server to clients *absolutely have* to arrive
>    at the client?
>    2. Does the server need acknowledgement that the message was received
>    by the client?
>    3. Is the messaging a fire and forget or is there some
>    synchronous/asynchronous activity going on?
>    4. You mention SSL - are you trying to secure the connection (to give
>    the client authenticity of the server) or are you trying to secure the
>    messages themselves?
>
>
> All of these issues are handled by ActiveMQ - so it is a good place to
> start. It sounds like you want to use JMS queues (assuming you need
> point-to-point messaging). And of course there is an SSL option for
> encrypting the transport.
>
> I would suggest setting up a small POC (shouldn't take you very long). If
> you like it, then it's just a matter of "productionising" it.
>
> If you have any other queries about the details, just come back to this
> forum.
>
> regards,
> Tammer
>
>
> On 16 February 2010 22:37, msbaw <blackdragon79@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> We are starting a new project and wanted some input/feedback to validate
>> if
>> ActiveMQ is a good fit.
>>
>> We have a single central server and thousands of remote clients. Clients
>> maybe located behind a NAT or Firewall. Every now and then we would like
>> to
>> send a message from central server to a particular client so that client
>> can
>> initiate a particular task. We don't expect number of messages sent from
>> central server to client to be frequent.
>> Any communication between server and client must be secured, preferably
>> via
>> SSL.
>>
>> Because message is sent from server to one client at any given time, we
>> were
>> thinking of making use of Point to Point Messaging.
>>
>> For PTP how does receiver get the message? [It depends on what kind of
>> connector you are using. In most circumstances you will probably implement a
>> listener (usually called on Message) which is invoked when a message is
>> received. Check the documentation of the particular connector you want to
>> use and it will most probably have an overloaded "onMessage" function]
>> Does the receiver poll message queue to check if it has any messages for
>> him? [The receiver listens] or Is the message pushed from queue to
>> receiver? If message is pushed,
>> how does the provider know the IP of client where message needs to be
>> pushed
>> esp, when receiver is behind router/NAT. [The receiver (or consumer) will
>> register with activemq that it is listening to a particular queue - this
>> will allow active mq to "push" the message to the receiver]  What about
>> SSL if the message is
>> pushed, would we need SSL certificate for each client? [Check this
>> article for SSL http://activemq.apache.org/how-do-i-use-ssl.html]
>
>
>> -Thanks-
>> MB
>>
>>
>> --
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>> Sent from the ActiveMQ - User mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
>>
>>
>

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