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Kanav commented on ROCKETMQ-122:
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Hi, I'm Kanav anand, doing my masters in Data science and technology at TU 
Delft(currently first year). 
Unlike other project ideas, this Jira issue doesn't seem to have a process to 
contact the mentoring person or the organization. It would be greatly 
appreciated if anyone could direct me towards an appropriate link or email.

Thank You!

> Support Global Ordered Messaging
> --------------------------------
>
>                 Key: ROCKETMQ-122
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/ROCKETMQ-122
>             Project: Apache RocketMQ
>          Issue Type: Wish
>          Components: rocketmq-broker, rocketmq-client, rocketmq-store
>            Reporter: yukon
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: gsoc2018
>             Fix For: 5.0.0
>
>
> A single memory queue is easy to support FIFO(first in, first out) semantic, 
> inspired by that, many messaging systems support ordered messaging in a 
> storage queue/partition.
> Ordered Messaging is designed to enhance messaging between applications when 
> the order of operations and events is critical, for example:
>  * The chat messages should be displayed orderly in the same chat channel.
>  * Execute the concurrent modifications in the right order, like product 
> price.
>  * The operations of the same user should be executed orderly in the 
> electricity system.
> As described earlier, it's easy to support ordered messaging in a single 
> queue/partition, the producer can send a kind of messages to the fixed 
> partition with a sharding key. But this solution doesn't have a good 
> scalability and has hot-pot issue obviously.
>  
> To resolve this issue, we need a global ordered messaging mechanism to have a 
> good scalability without hot-pot issue.
> A practical proposal is that sending messages to distributed queue/partition 
> with an ordered key. Messages are ordered in the same queue, then implement 
> an OrderConsumer to pull messages from these queues then perform merge sort, 
> finally deliver these ordered messages to users.



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