Using RabbitMQ with C# and .NET - 3 views
shared by Joel Bennett on 11 Oct 10 - No Cached
I'm currently working on a project where I need to be able to transfer a large number of requests via JSON over web services. I need to take some of that data, do some aggregation with it, and store it in a persistent store. In order to allow the data to be reliably processed in a number of different ways, I wanted to place the incoming data into multiple queues and have it processed and then stored.
RabbitMQ fits the bill on all of these fronts, is crazy easy to setup and use, and is very fast.
RabbitMQ is written in Erlang
Base Class Libraries - 2 views
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