[zeromq-dev] High Availability and Load Balancing

Santosh N Dumbre santosh.dumbre at igate.com
Fri Oct 19 14:35:19 CEST 2012


Hi ,

Please find a query below -

1.  How "High  Availability"  can be achieved with  ZeroMQ ?
     I mean, if  'primary server' goes down, the  'secondary'/'stand by'   server should be switched to 
     handle the messages.
     Is there in-built support for this type of "High Availability" in ZMQ ?

2. Is there any  support avaialble for "Load Balancing"  among different servers ?

Please help my understanding.

Thanks & Regards,
 Santosh.

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