Simple Message Bus

The Simple Message Bus exists to resolve the problems one might encounter in building and deploying a complex system distributed among many Virtual Machines (aka. Cloud) where individual VMs may be online or offline at various times.  In this model, whenever one is using a REST Web Service Architecture one may find a target web service offline, for instance, and when this happens communications breaks down.

The Simple Message Bus provides a layer of persistence, for Windows-based applications in which the messages are stored locally in a directory until delivered to a remote computer where messages are once again stored persistently until consumed.

You can get the source code from here.

You can clone and modify to meet your specific needs such as making it work with Linux.

Enjoy.

Simple Message Bus

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