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From Christian Posta <>
Subject Re: Activemq on amazon ec2
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2013 14:30:06 GMT
free-tier might be fine for testing... but i guess you would know best what
your requirements are.

I would download activemq, untar it to a directory on an ec2 machine, start
it up, and try to connect to it from producer or consumer. Keep in mind the
correct dns name or IP address to use (which you can see from ec2 console)
and that your security profile allows you to connect to activemq's default
tcp port (61616).

>From there you can run your own application benchmarks to determine your
application needs and which ec2 environment would be best suited.

On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 10:46 PM, Raji <> wrote:

> Hi ,
> I am working from home for a small concern.I am very new to activemq as
> well
> amazon servers.
> My project is a Client/Server architecture where client sends the message
> to
> remote server, server process them and send back reply. All this happens
> manually through application jar developed using Activemq .This jar will be
> run at the client and server side,to put the message to remote Q based on
> the service request number( which is referred from DB) from client or
> server.There can be any number of servers based on service nos.
> I want to send and recieve messages from my local machine to ec2 server or
> from 2 ec2 servers.
> Is this possible?
>  Is there any documents related to ip address , hostname that we can
> specify
> hostfile and activemq configuration files to connect  to remote server.
> what
> ip address or hostname we used to connect to local machine?
> 1. I need to install activemq on amazon ec2, start broker there, then
> making
> a network connection with my local machine through activemq broker, so that
> i can send and recive messages and test my application.
> Will this free tier environment in amazon ec2 is sufficient for running
> activemq and my application jars.
> 1. 750 hours of Amazon EC2 Linux† Micro Instance usage (613 MB of memory
> and
> 32-bit and 64-bit platform support) – enough hours to run continuously each
> month*
> 2. 5 GB of Amazon S3 standard storage
> Thanks in advance
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