[Twisted-Python] Any Message Queue recommendations

Gangadhar NPK npk.gangadhar at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 11:06:59 EDT 2005

I don't know how much of a use and close to your requirement is, you
can check if the spread toolkit (http://spread.org) can be of any help
to you.

On 6/10/05, Ross Jekel <ross at sourcelabs.com> wrote:
> I'm writing several service processes that unfortunately need to
> integrate with Java, PHP, and potentially C/C++ programs (non-legacy).
> I've been searching for a message queuing layer that would support
> Python/C++/PHP and Java clients (JMS is not necessarily a requirement).
> Short of writing my own messaging layer with twisted :-), I looked at
> xmlBlaster which integrates well with all the languages but its complex
> configuration makes it less that ideal to use.
> If anyone has any recommendations, could you please let me know.
> Distributed message queuing combined with twisted services makes an good
> combination. If there isn't anything better, I'll keep trying to make
> xmlBlaster work and I'll contribute my twisted/xmlBlaster integration
> when it is polished and solid.
> Thanks,
> Ross
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