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From Cullen Davis <cullen.da...@commitent.com>
Subject RE: federation qpid
Date Wed, 25 Nov 2009 13:30:16 GMT
Leticia,

We are using the federation feature to provide our application with "exchange extensibility"
(my term).  Instead of federating for capacity scaling, we our federating for content scaling.
 Our application is completely self-sufficient and deployed to multiple sites.  We do not
have any transactional constraints on our solution but there are times when two application
installations will need to share information (and act independently on the messages).  Dynamic
Exchange Federation gives us the ability to to join the two broker's at the exchange and propagate
message traffic.  The fact that the federation can be directional gives us even more flexibility.
 This provides us for the ability to grow or shrink message visibility in a way that directly
maps to the customers data domains.

Cullen J. Davis
CommIT Enterprises, Inc.

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From: Leticia [reytita@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2009 7:34 AM
To: users@qpid.apache.org
Subject: federation qpid

Hello there,

what is the currently state to federate different qpid brokers? I've seen
the design note http://qpid.apache.org/federation-design-note.html.

I'm interested in using this utility and know all the ways I could use or
develop it.


Thank you in advance.

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