[zeromq-dev] [openamq-dev] AMQP and WebSphere Low Latency MQ (LLMQ)
sustrik at fastmq.com
Tue Feb 17 11:56:25 CET 2009
Actually, we don't know whether 0MQ is faster than LLMQ or not. To get
relevant statistics we would have to benchmark both products in a
controlled environment. However, AFAIK IBM license prohibits
benchmarking the product :(
As for AIX/HP-UX/OpenVMS support it seems that IBM opted for "buy a
complete new stack" approach rather than "reuse your existing stack" way
of doing things. In current economy the latter can prove as a
considerable advantage IMO.
Pieter Hintjens wrote:
> We've seen IBM's low latency product crop up a few times. This is
> kind of the space 0MQ is aimed at. Though 0MQ is faster, open source,
> and runs on practically everything...
> On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 11:12 AM, Apps, John <john.apps at hp.com> wrote:
>> A colleague just sent this along. One of the most fascinating things
>> the product is that it is not supported on AIX, or on HP-UX for that
>> but is supported on Windows XP and Vista.
>> Looks as if there is some PR to be done here?
>> Cheers, John
>> ---- John Apps | Hewlett-Packard | John.Apps at HP.com | +49 171 869
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