[zeromq-dev] Comparing OpenDDS and ZeroMQ Usage and Performance

Armin Steinhoff armin at steinhoff.de
Sun Jun 20 13:39:37 CEST 2010


Pieter Hintjens wrote:
>
> As the article says for each test, each run produces different 
> figures.  It is somewhat deceptive to quote usec figures on boxes that 
> run random processes with non RT kernels. A proper test would use two 
> clean boxes and a dedicated switch.
>

> Note that these tests are done by the guys who make opendds.
>
ZeroMQ is in 2 of 3 cases faster than DDS ... based on these numbers 
it's a little bit strange to do a conclusion that DDS is in general 
faster than ZeroMQ !

But this shows the intention of that "performance test" of the DDS guys :)

--Armin




> -Pieter
>
> Sent from my Android mobile phone.
>
>> On Jun 19, 2010 9:37 PM, "Apps, John" <john.apps at hp.com 
>> <mailto:john.apps at hp.com>> wrote:
>>
>> These are the summary data points.
>>
>>  OpenDDS Raw Buffer     185 usec
>>  ZeroMQ Raw Buffer      170 usec
>>  Boost.Asio Raw Buffer   75 usec
>>
>>  OpenDDS .NET Object streamed through a Raw Buffer      630 usec
>>  ZeroMQ .NET Object streamed through a Raw Buffer       537 usec
>>  Boost.Asio .NET Object streamed through a Raw Buffer 413 usec
>>
>>  OpenDDS Strongly Typed Data                                         
>>    205 usec
>>  ZeroMQ Strongly Typed Data with Boost Serialization            577 usec
>>  Boost.Asio Strongly Typed Data with Boost Serialization        396 usec
>>  ZeroMQ Strongly Typed Data with Google Protocol Buffers    216 usec
>>
>> I think an expert eye should be cast over these numbers... In 
>> addition, a message length of 1000 is probably a bit more than 0MQ is 
>> optimized for?
>>
>> -- John.Apps at hp.com <mailto:John.Apps at hp.com> | +491718691813 | 
>> http://twitter.com/johnapps --
>>
>>
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