[zeromq-dev] looking for an real app that uses zyre

Axel Voitier axel.voitier at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 18:44:25 CET 2016


I do in
in a project that serve very similar purposes to what you want to do
(haven't yet fully disclosed it though, so it is not yet well documented,
sorry ;)).

So far I used zyre (pyre actually) not only for peer discovery. I also use
its ability to set headers on a node to register endpoints of other sockets
(pub/sub and rpc) that other nodes can connect to.
I also used groups, one for broadcasting events (one way communication),
and another one for sending survey questions ("who has
data/metadata/service for this signal" for instance). I could also make use
of its built-in connection heartbeat in the future.


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2016-01-20 18:13 GMT+01:00 Jerry Scharf <scharf at lagunawayconsulting.com>:

> Hi,
> I am new to zeromq. I am starting to work on a new building automation
> system for my home following an IoT model. zeromq seems like an ideal
> messaging system to build it around. I have some discovery issues I need
> to solve as well.
> I am trying to understand how to put the zyre into action for my tasks.
> I don't consider myself a strong programmer, so I often like to look at
> code others have designed to see how they put the tools to work. There
> are a number of these available for zeromq, but I have not located any
> using zyre.
> Can someone point me to a real app that is using zyre for discovery so I
> can understand it better?
> thanks in advance,
> jerry
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