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Here’s a description of message bus from Enterprise Integration Patterns
A Message Bus is a combination of a common data model, a common command set, and a messaging infrastructure to allow different systems to communicate through a shared set of interfaces.
If all your applications built on top of Enqueue Client you have to only make sure they send message to a shared topic. The rest is done under the hood.
If you’d like to connect another application (written on Python for example ) you have to follow these rules:
- An application defines its own queue that is connected to the topic as fanout.
- A message sent to message bus topic must have a header
- Once a message is received it could be routed internally.
enqueue.topic_nameheader could be used for that.