Functional and performance analysis of selected message brokers in a distributed application


Abstract

Article presents results of performance analysis of selected message brokers: Apache ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ and Apache Kafka. To analyze has been subjected time of messaging determined based by time of sending and receiving message. Tests were carried out by authorial client application, written in Java language. The research was supplemented with a theoretical description of each tools architecture, including JMS and AMQP specifications and a basic description of brokers functionality.


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Published : 2020-03-30


Kaciuczyk, T., Korga, T., & Smołka, J. (2020). Functional and performance analysis of selected message brokers in a distributed application. Journal of Computer Sciences Institute, 14, 19-25. https://doi.org/10.35784/jcsi.1570

Tobiasz Kaciuczyk 
Lublin University of Technology  Poland
Tomasz Korga  tomasz.korga@pollub.edu.pl
Lublin University of Technology  Poland
Jakub Smołka 
Lublin University of Technology  Poland