[zeromq-dev] Is UDP transport needed in ZeroMQ?

Martin Sustrik sustrik at 250bpm.com
Tue Dec 31 10:05:57 CET 2013


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On 31/12/13 09:59, Wojtek Sliwinski wrote:

> For many industrial & control systems, UDP is the solution when we
> talk about: - high frequency (>50Hz) messaging - scalability:
> minimal load & use of resources on publisher's side - some messages
> may be lost but usually the last one only counts

There's an implication of message ordering in the last point, which is
not guaranteed in UDP. You are probably looking for something like DCCP.

Martin

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