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CloudFoundry: Real-time Apps Using Node.js and RabbitMQ

Over at the Cloud Foundry blog , Raja Rao published a tutorial on using RabbitMQ instead of Redis as a 'session store' and a 'pub-sub' service for chat messages.  Here's a bit of the introduction, followed by a link to the original post:

 . . . in many enterprise grade real-time apps, you may want to use RabbitMQ instead of Redis to do pub-sub because of the reliability and features that comes out-of-the-box in RabbitMQ. This is especially true for financial or Bank apps like Stock Quote apps where it is critical to protect and deliver each-and-every message AND do it as quickly as possible.

So, in this blog, we will start from Scaling Real-time Apps on Cloud Foundry Using Node.js and Redis and simply replace Redis with RabbitMQ pubsub.


Scaling Real-time Apps on Cloud Foundry Using Node.js and RabbitMQ

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