[zeromq-dev] high availability and persistance

Dhammika Pathirana dhammika at gmail.com
Mon Jun 6 11:19:32 CEST 2011

Hi Sean,

> 2.)  Could a system which utilizes zeromq as its core messaging component
> also utilize a distributed non-relational data store like Apache Cassandra
> to persist the information coming across the wire and so make the system
> more durable?  And, if we did, would this totally bork the performance
> benefits that switching to zeromq and a brokerless architecture buys us?

Take a look at MulletDB, from ~zed labs~.
It's not really production ready, but would be a good starting point.


More information about the zeromq-dev mailing list