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From Christian Posta <christian.po...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Need some advice on a high availability AMQ design
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2013 01:08:04 GMT
You can set up dynamic clusters with failover using built-in activemq
features; you don't necessarily need load balancers or proxies. Check out
this wiki, including the section toward the bottom that deals with "broker
side options for failover"
http://activemq.apache.org/failover-transport-reference.html




On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 12:20 PM, justin.franks
<justin.franks@lithium.com>wrote:

> Need some advice on AMQ.
> We have a very large java app. One feature of that app is to gather
> messages
> from various places and send them to people. We want to break that
> "messaging" feature out of the app. We will do this by using AMQ. On a high
> level, how should we design high availability so that our existing app can
> call to AMQ for the messaging service and vice versa regardless if it is
> inside of our network or not? Should a load balancer (F5, etc..) point to
> the AMQ systems? Should a proxy be used? Should we forget about load
> balancers and proxies and have our java app connect to the AMQ broker
> network? Am I even making sense??
> You see, we want to be able to break the messaging service out of our app
> and deploy it in the cloud, inside of our own network, in two clouds, in
> both our internal network AND public cloud, etc... for high availability.
>
>
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