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        I would like to know how many user use ActiveMQ, and how many RabbitMQ is used on the website or system in the world. there has website named w3techs, but i did not find MQ and  Redis in this site.
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DarrenSenior Software Engineer

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Hi,

You can't reliably find out. It would just be a "guestimate".


Thanks,

Darren

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guestimate is ok, is there any website or organization will provide these data like w3techs?
AlexSenior Infrastructure Analyst

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One... Hundred... BILLION DOLLARS! I mean people.

As far as your request goes, that's just as reliable as having a guesstimate, if anything it's currently your most accurate "Guesstimate"

My point is, we can't get you a number unfortunately, you could check public records, I doubt that'll be up there though
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sorry, i mean occupancy

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where i can find the "public records" ?
AlexSenior Infrastructure Analyst

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what country you in?

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china
AlexSenior Infrastructure Analyst

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Yeah that's not happening in that case, or I'd find it extremely unlikely

http://publicrecords.searchsystems.net/Other_Nations/Asia_Free_Public_Records/China/

Those are the free ones, they may be able to speak with the company that develops the software and then find out how many people are using it.

Actually, go direct to the manufacturer and ask them

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is there any web site like https://w3techs.com/technologies/details/ws-sapj2eeengines/all/all and has MQ and REDIS information
AlexSenior Infrastructure Analyst

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No
Scott FellDeveloper & EE Moderator
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I was just looking at this myself and was ready to start experimenting because it was used for messaging as part of another package.  

One thing you can try and searching github https://github.com/search?q=rabbitmq

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Hi,

I would suggest that a github search is probably the best method to find a rough statistic for the amount of usage. Apart from going to the organisation responsible for the product as suggested by Alex.

You would have to sift through the git results to make sure that they are meaningful (i.e. not college projects etc...). Also, you would have to narrow it down to the Country of origin as well. I'm not convinced this is the indicator you are looking for.

Thats my two cents on this...

Thanks,

Darren

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