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    I’m one of the VerneMQ developers, so if you have any questions about VerneMQ I’d be happy to try to answer.

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      I saw you addressed the difference with RabbitMQ. Do you know about Malamute (ZeroMQ broker)? How would it compare against? I really like the philosophy behind ZeroMQ, and use Malamute internally, but its a bit of a pain to install outside of Linux and I’ve hit bugs that left me with a feeling of “I’m the first user of this”.

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        I haven’t heard about Malamute before, so can’t say anything about it, I’m afraid. I did work with ZeroMQ briefly some years back and it seemed pretty nice. I’ll have to check out Malamute!

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        What are the pros/cons of VerneMQ vs Mosquitto?

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          I guess what’s a pro and what’s a con is in the eye of the beholder. The biggest difference is that VerneMQ is built from the start to be a distributed broker, while Mosquitto is a stand-alone broker. The clustering makes VerneMQ horizontally scalable, so that would be a pro if you need that. Another difference which may be an important pro or con, depending on what one fancies, is that Mosquitto is written in C and hence plugins has to be written in C (correct me if I’m wrong here). VerneMQ plugins can be written in Erlang, Elixir or Lua or as HTTP endpoints. There are of course lots of other details, but those are, I think the main ones.

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            emqtt is another one I have run across a few times (haven’t tried it out yet).

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          ts which adds a timestamp prefix to each line passed to it on stdin. The feature I use mostly is ts -i which prefixes the elapsed time since the previous line was printed.