Service-Oriented Architectures with ZeroMQ
ZeroMQ has been getting quite a lot of attention, and with good reason. Branded as a "socket library that acts as a concurrency framework" that's faster than TCP and lets you build out your own topologies, it's been used to write broker-less message queues, webservers, chat servers, and hundreds of other applications that demand highly concurrent and asynchronous transport layers. But how can ZeroMQ help normal, every-day web developers create more robust and decoupled applications?
We'll take a whirlwind tour through ZeroMQ, what it's capable of, and then create a simple, scalable and effective service-oriented architecture that will leave you wondering where ZeroMQ has been all your life.
This is a 50 minute presentation.