Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)

AMQP is an open standard for enterprise messaging, designed to support messaging for almost any distributed or business application.
Conclusion

The AMQ protocol and its open-source implementations provide a solution for anyone requiring high-performance, versatile message communications. As I demonstrate here, using the Apache Qpid message broker is an easy way to achieve these goals. See my blog at www.globalherald.net/jb01 for further discussion regarding this article.

By day, Joshua Kramer is an integration specialist with Belron US, the autoglass company. By night, he creates unique social-networking presences using technologies such as Linux, Django and AMQP. Josh has a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Capital University and lives in rural Ohio.

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Hello Everyone,

Please check out my blog update for the correct graphic:

http://www.globalherald.net/jb01/weblog/22.html

Thanks!
-JK

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