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Can RabbitMQ help you?
MQ is the Integration Fabric of choice that connects all applications, services, data, processes, devices, and user experience within a single, dynamic web-enabled architecture.
Want to gain an increase of integration performance? Using MQ software gets it done when orchestrating the information exchange among multiple applications and data sources.
MQ allows web servers to respond to requests instantly and not forced to execute resource-heavy procedures that will delay response time. Message queuing is recommended to distribute a message to multiple application or to balance loads between servers.
Message Queues (MQ) or Message Brokers (MB) are used when guaranteed delivery of information or data is of the highest importance and extremely beneficial for mission critical eCommerce platforms. The benefit of using MQs over HTTP APIs intensifies when multiple integrations (3 or more) are required as when multi-publishing is essential, persistence is mandated, and scalability is indispensable.
Additionally, with this approach you have only one place to look when communication goes wrong rather than wondering what happened. When load balancing is correspondingly implemented, you now have a built-in “Fire and Forget” eCommerce strategy that is the envy of your competition.
Key Benefits of Using CoreShop and RabbitMQ
One of the key features of messages compared to HTTP requests is that they allow for fully async communications. Unlike REST APIs, message streaming is better at providing notifications when new messages arrive. When combined together, REST-APIs enable consuming apps to integrate easily with an HTTP API, while message streaming allow consumers to be notified of changes without needing to check with the REST API first. This can be a powerful combination that can satisfy use cases that exist today, while allowing emerging use cases to be handled in the future — all without modifying existing systems to accommodate new solutions.