Re: Fastest way to pass messages?
Our app needs to have a central computer send a message to several other
computers, and then gather a response from each. This has got to happen
hundreds of times per second (not necessarily synchronously). Each
message is just an array of bytes, usually less than 100 bytes on the
way out and less than 8K on the way back.
What's the fastest, most efficient way to do it? RMI? Jini? JMS? REST?
I expect that some would say raw sockets, but my guess is that one or
more of the others might be nearly as fast and have other advantages as
well. Any advice is appreciated.
If the computers are all on the same local network I would think that
UDP would be reliable enough and it is very fast.
I'm not clear on your bandwidth requirements but 100 messages/second *
8KB/message is 800KB/sec. If that is each computer and you said several
computers and hundreds of times per second then you are talking a lot of
4 computers * 400 msgs/sec/computer * 8KB/msg = 12,800KB/sec or
102,400kb/sec or about 100Mb/sec.
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