|| at Jun 8, 2013 at 8:13 am
Yes, it does this well. If you're wanting your application to log directly into it, it's worth adding some buffering such as with ZeroMQ to eliminate blocking.
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Is RabbitMQ a good fit for writing a bunch of log data into or would something like Kafka be better suited for this?
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