[zeromq-dev] Distributed command framework

Brian Knox briank at talksum.com
Thu Jul 11 13:16:58 CEST 2013

You should take a look at Salt: http://saltstack.com/community.html

It is built on top of ZeroMQ.

On Thu, Jul 11, 2013 at 7:11 AM, Kasper Revsbech <krevsbech at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello
> I am a newcomer to ØMQ, and are in the process of building toy examples
> based on the very nice "The Guide Book". However, I am still not convinced
> that I found the right tool yet for the task I am solving.
> So please could one give some pointers to a way forward for the following
> problem, and also a judgement of whether ØMQ can actually be used in my
> problem.
> I have problem where multiple nodes should be configured via one central
> entity. Where the nodes either can be one single node or a cluster of nodes
> where the configuration is similar.
> I am thinking to use the PUB/SUB pattern where the controller PUBLISH
> configuration commands to the nodes in a specific cluster. However, I am a
> bit "sceptical" about the fact that I don't get an answer over the same
> channel. (I might be to focused on RPC like behaviour )
> Hence I am also looking to use the REQUEST REPLY pattern possibly with a
> Broker. This is perfect configuring individual nodes, however clustering
> them I would like a one to many relation.
> Hope that my explanation is somewhat clear.
> Best
> Kasper
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