On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 12:54 PM, Jose Manimala <josemanimala(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/9/2010 6:53 AM, Brennan Ashton wrote:
> Hey all,
> I finally got around to putting the RFR for the AMPQ project. I am
> going to start working a lot more on this from now until completion,
> so I would like to also get a feel for who else is wanting to help
> with this project at this point.
> == Project Sponsor ==
> Name: Brennan Ashton (IRC comphappy)
> Fedora Account Name: bashton
> Group: Infrastructure
> Infrastructure Sponsor: jkeating
> == Secondary Contact info ==
> Name: Jesse Keating
> Fedora Account Name: jkeating
> Group: Infrastructure
> == Project Info ==
> Project Name: Fedora Messaging Bus
> Target Audience: Infrastructure
> Expiration/Delivery Date (required): Aug 1, 2010
> Create a messaging bus for the various Fedora services to be able to
> communicate with each other.
> Project plan (Detailed):
> The current target is somewhat outlined here:
> We need to implement a test AMQP broker running qpid. Depending on
> how security domains are structured, this could be three or more
> diffent brokers (Fedora Infrastructure, Fedora Community, FAS).
> A library and API for the Fedora QMF interface will have to be defined
> and written, this will be the interfaces that all fedora services
> using the message bus will have to follow. The different fedora
> services either need to have a shim implemented to take there current
> interface and connect it to a broker, or be patched to allow for
> dirrect message support. There will likely be a mix as some services
> such like Bugzilla will be very difficult to add direct support
> without forking from upstream. The shims could be operating via email
> notifications (buzilla), xmlRPC, or a mix. The email based shims would
> use procmail or simmilar to pass the information to an interperting
> python script.
> Once core services such as Koji, Pkgdb, SCM, FAS, and Buzilla have
> functioning AMQP connections, and the broker is stable. This system
> would then be pushed to production hardware. Other services could
> then be added in later.
> *Create a unified way of communicating between Fedora services.
> *Allow for abstraction that would allow for easier migration of
> services such as SCM.
> *Allow for more real-time changes rather then depending on hourly cron jobs.
> *More dynamic system.
> == Specific resources needed ==
> *A test server is need to host two or three guests, one to operate as
> the broker, the other(s) to pass messages around and eventually run
> Thank you,
> Brennan Ashton
> infrastructure mailing list
Is this similar to the Enterprise Services
Bus(tibco). I have experience working with it and can help with the same.
Jose Mathew Manimala
AMQP is an open standard that is designed to fill what IBM and Tibco
are doing, but in an open way so that many different services can work
with it. For us we are using the qpid broker. It would be great to
have your insight and help as I am still a little hazy on how the
infrastructure is going to all tie together, especially in terms of