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From Dejan Bosanac <de...@nighttale.net>
Subject Re: MQ architecture query
Date Tue, 16 Nov 2010 09:38:55 GMT
Hi,

this all sounds good, except I wouldn't include UDP as it is
unreliable (as a protocol) and not sure how much would you gain as
openwire protocol is pretty much optimized.


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On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 4:56 AM, pH <phoenixhawk@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi guys,
>
> I'm investigating ActiveMQ for a trial in the following scenario:
> 1. End-customer own ships/planes/boats (3-5 vessels) that are linked to the
> HQ on land via Satellite
> 2. Satellite provisions on-demand datalink
> 3. Data will need to be sync between HQ and vessels on a regular basis
> 4. Satellite data charges are relatively expensive, so we need to try to
> reduce it
>
> I am thinking of
> 1. 1 ActiveMQ per vessel, 1 ActiveMQ at HQ (HA/failover can be implemented
> later)
> 2. Data to be sync-ed to the other side will be placed on the local ActiveMQ
> instance
> 3. HQ will access data on ship by connecting to ActiveMQ instance on vessel
> 4. Vessel will access data at HQ by connecting to ActiveMQ instance there
> 5. Configuring ActiveMQs to use UDP instead of TCP to save on comms overhead
> (?)
>
> Would this approach work?
> 1. Will using UDP help to reduce the comms overhead? Each network packet
> sent (whether full or not) is charged
> 2. Should I skip the main MQ instance in the HQ?
>
> Any advice / suggestions and criticisms are welcomed and needed.
>
> Thank you very much... :)))
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