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12 reasons to use message queuing

At Stackify we receive a lot of data from your apps to our Retrace APIs. We queue all of that data as soon as it gets to us and then we use separate background services to process the data. Message queues help a lot with ensuring data is never lost, traffic spikes, etc. We decided we to put together a list of why you should be using message queues!

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Hangfire Pro 1.4.8

This release contains a bunch of fixes for batches, and is recommended for anyone who use them. Batches now always created in a correct state (Started, Completed or Succeeded), depending of state of its jobs. This is the most important change that fixes weird problems with batches that hanging forever.

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Hangfire 1.6.8

Hangfire.Pro.Redis 2.0.6

This is a correcting release that fixes Server.StartedAt field reset problem during each server heartbeat, which lead to confusion that servers are constantly restarted, when watching the Servers page. It also adds missing GetValueFromHash method required by popular Hangfire.Console extension.

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Hangfire.Pro.Redis 2.0.5

This is a maintenance release that add support for Hangfire.Core 1.4.0 for conservative users who are planning to switch to use a more stable StackExchange.Redis client package, but don’t want to upgrade Hangfire.Core. Originally this package supported only ≥ 1.5.0 versions.

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