by Eric Day
Why do you even need a queue, and which one should you use? There are a number of queuing options out there today, and while options are great, it is sometimes hard to examine all the features of each to determine the best fit. As you start to look deeper into the options certain patterns and features emerge. Some projects are more suitable for certain environments, and it would be nice to learn which one best matches your environment.
This session gives an overview of a number of open source queuing systems categorized by feature sets and explains what each feature means and when it comes in useful.
21st–24th June 2011