Message Queues for Buffering: An IronMQ and Python Case Study


Using IronMQ and Python to as a Buffer between Systems

Connecting systems and moderating data flows between them is not an easy task. Message queues are designed for just this purpose – buffering data between systems so that each can operate independently and asynchronously.

Here’s a short article on using IronMQ to buffer a CMS system from real estate data from a listing service. The app developer uses Python for the bridge code between the service and the CMS system. Continue reading “Message Queues for Buffering: An IronMQ and Python Case Study”

IronWorker Goes Multi-Language! Now Supports Ruby, PHP and Python

 

Today marks a big milestone in the evolution if IronWorker: multi-language support. In addition to Ruby which we’ve supported from day one, we now support PHP and Python with more languages on the way. Which means if you’re using any one of those languages, you now have easy access to massive computing power. (boom)
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