[zeromq-dev] ZeroMQ for a Real Time API

Joshua Foster jhawk28 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 31 16:28:04 CET 2012

I suspect that its because most of queuing technologies are 
asynchronous. For realtime, you need guarantees. Queuing products rarely 
provide any such guarantees. At best, you could get pseudo real-time 
since zeromq is fast/lightweight.


> Marinho Brandao <mailto:marinho at gmail.com>
> December 30, 2012 7:50 AM
> Hi guys,
> well, I'm new using ZeroMQ, in fact I have followed the news since the 
> first release but never used it in real cases (only testing).
> In the project I work, we have a few APIs, using OAuth2.0 and 
> REST/JSON standards, and now we are gonna create a new API for real 
> time purposes.
> After some research on Storm, XMPP, AMQP, WebSockets, SSE, etc. I'm 
> feeling pretty confident ZeroMQ is the best way to make it, but I 
> haven't seen anybody talking about it anywhere I searched for.
> So, the question is: is there any trap I can't see? Why nobody is 
> talking about it?
> I know it's still a bit complicated to supply an HTTP/browser 
> compatible API over ZeroMQ, but in this my case there's no need for 
> HTTP/browser at all.
> Any advice?
> Thanks in advance :)
> -- 
> Marinho Brandão (José Mário)
> http://marinhobrandao.com
> http://raminel.com.br
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