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Project Overview: OpenStack Queuing and Notification Service ("Marconi")

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Published on May 3, 2013

Speakers: Allan Metts, Kurt Griffiths (Rackspace)

Come to this session to get an update on Marconi, an OpenStack queuing and notification service described at http://wiki.openstack.org/marconi

Marconi aims to be pragmatic, building upon the real-world experiences of teams who have solid track records running and supporting web-scale message queuing systems.

Join Rackspace's Kurt Griffiths, Principal Architect, and Allan Metts, Engineering Director, to learn about the work that has been done and the path ahead -- including a description of the project, milestones, how it works, and an early demo.

As a message bus, Marconi allows cloud developers to use a REST API to easily distribute tasks to multiple workers across the components of an OpenStack deployment. Publish-subscribe semantics are also supported, allowing notifications to be distributed to multiple listeners at once.

Users will be able to customize Marconi to achieve a wide range of performance, durability, availability, and efficiency goals.

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