Distributed Systems with ZeroMQ and ZeroMQ flow control and other options

“Departing a bit from my current series on gevent and Python, today I want to take a look at a different networking technology that’s been gaining traction: ZeroMQ. So without further ado, let’s jump right in…”


“One of the awesome things you may have noticed about ZeroMQ is that you can send a message without waiting for it to be received. In fact, the endpoint that’s going to receive the message doesn’t even need to be connected, and your application will happily act as if the message is winging its way along. While this is great for easily getting up to speed with ZeroMQ, there are some things you need to be aware of…”


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