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Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 3): Clustering and Parallelism

Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 3): Clustering and Parallelism

Until now, we only used our queue in a single node setup, so let’s see now how to make it cluster-friendly. Also, why not use more threads if throughput is too small?

Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 2): Do It Simply Using Spring Boot and JPA

Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 2): Do It Simply Using Spring Boot and JPA

Continuing on the previous post, we gonna implement the described queueing mechanism in Java, using few popular tools – Spring Boot, JPA, and Gradle

Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 1): Rationale and General Design

Practical Queueing Using SQL (Part 1): Rationale and General Design

Using SQL table as queue is usually frowned upon, but we will look at this assumption from multiple angles and propose one simple design that can perhaps satisfy most of your needs.

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