Frequently Asked Questions:
- What is Miranda?
- How does it Work?
- Why use Miranda?
- Where can I find out more about Miranda?
- Are there old posts that relate to Miranda?
- What's in the future for Miranda?
What is Miranda?
Miranda is a middle/back end tool for creating very reliable web services.
How does it Work?
Miranda works by sitting in front of a web service and recording POST, PUT and DELETE actions and then playing them back to subscribers. HTTP actions are shared by a cluster of systems so that if one of them is down, the others will take over for it.
Why use Miranda?
If your service goes down for any reason, you don't want to lose messages (HTTP actions). Miranda will save your messages so that they can be retrieved at a later time. In today's world, losing messages is often an unacceptable solution. Miranda makes your systems available 7 by 24.
Where can I find out more about Miranda?
There is a presentation on slideshare.com about Miranda.
Are there Old Posts that Relate to Miranda?
A lot of posts during 2016 & 2017 were made at http://ltsllc.blogspot.com/
What's in the Future for Miranda?
Check out the roadmap on the website (miranda-messaging.com)