Category Archives: Clojure

Publishing messages with MQTT, using Clojure and the Eclipse Paho client

As alluded in my last post I have found that MQTT (MQ Telemetry Protocol) is quite simple to use, and especially so when compared to most other messaging protocols. In particular it’s a great fit for embedded devices or whenever resources are limited, since it’s quite lightweight. From the MQTT page:   MQTT is a machine-to-machine (M2M)/”Internet […]

Sending messages via Websphere MQ, a simple Clojure example

I have been exploring different ways to integrate information (in the context of SmarterCities work) with a central repository that can be used to correlate it. The IBM Intelligent Operations Center comes with both Websphere MQ and Webpshere Message Broker, so this is the most obvious integration point I use for testing some ideas. Since […]