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queue

Informatics A waiting line for a document Vox populi, UK
A line. See Gender queue.
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If the application is running, a message is sent to the same message queue asking the software instance to start.
When the captured packets are written into the Kafka message queue, we implement distributed analysis and processing of packets based on the Storm platform.
A broker is a critical component in a MOM architecture and needs fault tolerance, regular maintenance, and scalability; a message queue cloud service can eventually reduce cost.
The whole setup included two Kafka distributed message queue servers, two FlumeNG Agent servers, three Storm clusters composed of six servers, and a Hadoop cluster composed of six servers.
By turn, node 4 performs its operation and its message queue is not empty.
New message queue support allows developers to both direct RDB-sourced XML documents to message queues as well as extract XML documents from queues and then incorporate this data within relational databases.
The input message queue for an AS class is shared by all AS processes.
The data may pass through a message queue and a stream processor before it is stored in an operational database.
Priocept is using the Microsoft .NET framework combined with Windows Server 2003, SQL Server 2000 and Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) to design and develop the system.
Platinum had already center ed its strategy around Microsoft Corp's BackOffice products (NT, SQL Server, Transaction Server, Site Server and Message Queue Server) and says it will now integrate all of its front-office functionality, including sales force automation and customer service and support, across all of its enterprise application families, including Avante and Vantage.
Tasks primarily communicate via messages, and DARTS provides for both tight coupling, where two tasks must be synchronized to exchange messages, and loose coupling, where the communication takes place via a message queue.

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