Fuse Message Broker
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|Type||Java Message Service Message Oriented Middleware Enterprise Messaging System SOA|
|License||based on Apache License 2.0|
In June, 2012, Red Hat Inc. announced that it had acquired FuseSource from Progress Software Corporation. Following the acquisition, Fuse Message Broker was rebranded as JBoss A-MQ and is available for download via www.jboss.org or the Red Hat customer portal.
JBoss A-MQ is an open source JMS message broker that is based on Apache ActiveMQ for use in enterprise IT organizations. It is certified, productized and fully supported by the people who wrote the code. JBoss A-MQ is the JMS platform for scalable, high-performance SOA infrastructure to connect processes across heterogeneous systems.
JBoss A-MQ delivers large amounts of data efficiently and reliably. Performance testing has shown that Fuse Message Broker exhibits the highest performance of any open source messaging platform, and has clustering and failover to ensure high availability.
- Message-oriented middleware
- Enterprise messaging system
- Enterprise Integration Patterns
- Service-oriented architecture
- Event-driven SOA
- Apache ActiveMQ website
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- CamelOne Conference
- Apache ActiveMQ getting started resources
- JBoss A-MQ (Enterprise ActiveMQ) documentation
- JBoss A-MQ (Enterprise ActiveMQ) forums
- JBoss A-MQ enterprise support
- JBoss community website
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