Red Hat JBoss A-MQ
A small footprint, high performance, open source messaging platform
JBoss A-MQ is a high performance, flexible, cost-effective messaging platform that delivers information safely and reliably with a small footprint. JBoss A-MQ can be deployed, and easily managed, in any configuration so you can deploy a network of brokers across your infrastructure whether they are on premise, in the Cloud, or in a hybrid configuration.
Core messaging is provided by Apache ActiveMQ supporting different messaging paradigms like publish-subscribe, point-to-point, store-and-forward. Multi-protocol support (JMS 1.1, TCP, SSL, STOMP, NMS) and multi-client support (Java, C, C++) enables real-time messaging with all enterprise assets. In addition JBoss A-MQ is hosted on a lightweight OSGI-based runtime container, Apache Karaf. Fuse IDE is available along with JBDS to provide an easy-to-use integration development environment.
We encourage to download JBoss A-MQ, and see for yourself if it meets your needs.
A-MQ 6.0 GA
Our small footprint messaging platform that can be moved into production with a Red Hat subscription.
Developer Tools for A-MQ 6.0
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Developer Tools for A-MQ 6.1.0 Alpha:
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FuseByExample is a set of examples created by Fuse and A-MQ consultants based on their experience with customers.
- Sneak Peek at what is coming with Fuse 6.1
- Nov 18, 2013 5:53 AM by Kenneth Peeples
- Red Hat JBoss Fuse 6.1 has alot of new features and components. James Strachan, who works on severa…
- JBoss A-MQ 6.1 and JBoss Fuse 6.1 ALPHA Available!
- Nov 12, 2013 12:09 PM by Kenneth Peeples
- Red Hat is now distributing Alpha releases of JBoss Fuse 6.1 - Red Hat's core ESB, a…
- Red Hat JBoss A-MQ and the IoT
- Oct 8, 2013 12:11 AM by Kenneth Peeples
- How to be a JBoss A-MQ and Android Rock Star in the world of the Internet of Things!I wanted to pull…
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Features of Note
Allows native connectivity from applications written in Java, C, C++
Multiple transport protocols for exchanging data between brokers and clients or between multiple brokers. Supports JMS 1.1, TCP, SSL, STOMP, NMS, MQTT.
Support for large messages
JMS streaming supports transport of large messages in a reliable manner.
GZIP compression allows highly verbose messages to be compressed which enables efficient transport of large amount of data.
This product is built on top of the following community projects