Integrating actors with ZeroMQ

ZeroMQ is a high-performance, asynchronous messaging library used for highly scalable, distributed, or concurrent applications. ZeroMQ is an embeddable networking library. ZeroMQ sockets provide a layer of abstraction on top of the traditional socket AP, and carry whole messages across various transports, such as in-process, inter-process, TCP, and multicast. Applications using sockets for communication and data exchange, make use of patterns such as fanout, PubSub, task distribution, and request-reply. ZeroMQ provides an asynchronous I/O model, which allows you to write scalable multicore applications, built using asynchronous, message-processing tasks. For more information on ZeroMQ, refer to

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