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Redis 2PostgresRedis3KafkaBeanstalkMySQL
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Failover and high availabilityreplicated. Manual failoverSeveral clustering solutionsAutomatic failoverYes. We might have to jiggle application configuration to point to new servers.manual failoverWe talked about it and decided on a whole lot of No.
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Track recordUsed heavily in production at WMF; seems to have been working for the payments limbo queue since last year.yes. WMF is using for map tiles.WMF is not using Redis 3 yet.partial. Lots of success for high-traffic analytics.no replication or queue visibility
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PHP API qualityGreatGreatGreatNeeds work to support HHVM, and Debian packaging. No PHP consumers at WMF, we would be pioneering a new library and consuming.
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Debian packageyesyesBackport is available for Jessieno source package. WMF is using the Confluent binary distro.
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Our peculiarities:
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Very low traffic: 10 messages/sec
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Consume each message at least once
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Debian Jessie
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