Category Archives: zeromq

Playing with Kinect and ZeroMQ Part 2

In the previous post I briefly outlined writing a simple tool to pull data off of a kinect, and pass the buffers into zeromq frames for transmission.  In this post I’m going to go over the other side of the … Continue reading

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Playing with Kinect and ZeroMQ Part 1

I was looking for something fun to play with in order to start experimenting with sending “binary” (non string) data over zeromq.  I realized I had a Microsoft Kinect laying around that no one was really using anymore, so I … Continue reading

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ZeroMQ Input / Output Plugins for Rsyslog

Just dropping a quick note that Aggregate Knowledge, where I work as Service Delivery Data Architect, has released our first open source release this week – zeromq input and output plugins for rsyslog. Give them a spin if it’s something … Continue reading

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Mecha Multi Mechanize

Awhile back, I had the pleasure of contributing a small amount of code to Corey Goldberg’s excellent multi-mechanize web performance and load testing framework. Since I have been experimenting with using zeromq in place of the python Queue object for … Continue reading

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Simple TCP to ZeroMQ Message Forwarder with Eventlet

I spent part of the day playing with eventlet today. Eventlet recently added zeromq support. Here’s a very simple message forwarder that sends line terminated messages sent over TCP to a zeromq push socket, using the zeromq hub:

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Python Multiprocessing – ZeroMQ vs Queue

As a quick follow up to my previous post, here’s a look at the performance of passing messages between two python processes using the Queue class vs using 0mq push / pull connections.  As a quick test, we will pass … Continue reading

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