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RabittMQ-Websockets and Stomp

 
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I am very interested in RabittMQ-Websockets and Stomp. I see that RabittMQ has added support for these technologies using a bridge between RabbitMQ-STOMP plugin and a Websockets server (SockJS).

I am just wondering how scalable this implementation is and also is it ready for production systems?

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Daryl
 
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Hi Daryl,

From my discussions with Marek @ Rabbit about it, it should support "moderate" load on a single Rabbit instance and benefit from clustering for scaling up. The performance hit as compared to pure STOMP should be negligible. Does that help?

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Yes, thanks for the reply.
 
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