Asynchronous Messaging for Performance Optimization

Al Sargent (Pivotal)
Sponsored, Ballroom F
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How do Google, Twitter, and Instagram ensure fast application performance at scale? One technique is asynchronous messaging using RabbitMQ to prevent application bottlenecks. In this session, we’ll cover common asynchronous messaging patterns and how to implement them in RabbitMQ, common pitfalls to avoid, and how to cluster RabbitMQ for increased scalability and reliability.

This session is sponsored by Pivotal

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Al Sargent

Pivotal

Al (@alsargent) leads the product marketing team for RabbitMQ, one of the leading open source message brokers for accelerating, integrating, and scaling web applications. Previously, Al led the vFabric product marketing team at VMware prior to its spin out into Pivotal, co-founded cloud testing company Sauce Labs, and has held product and engineering positions at Wily Technology, Mercury Interactive, and Oracle.

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Al Sargent
06/29/2013 2:55pm PDT

Presentation is here: http://www.slideshare.net/asargent/velocity-conference-13-rabbitmq-for-aysnc-messaging-al-sargent-velocity-conference-06202013-v1

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Dharmendra Sarkar
06/21/2013 11:13am PDT

looking forward for the presentation used for this talk.

Thanks

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