How to Get Started with ActiveMQ
Jul 20, 2012, 08:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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ActiveMQ is intimately linked with Java, and fully implements the Java Message Service. JMS, a part of Java Enterprise Edition, is a standard allowing distributed application components to send, receive, read, and create messages between themselves. MQ software is based on a publish/subscribe model, where one side publishes a message and the other, if interested, subscribes to the message flow. Messages between components are passed indirectly, with the message queuing software acting as the broker. Message queuing software addresses some of the shortcomings of passing messages directly, such as the necessity of knowing who (if anyone) is receiving a sent message.