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Microsoft Embraces AMQP Open Middleware Standard

AlexGr (1054296) writes | more than 5 years ago

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AlexGr writes "The surprising word out of Redmond is that Microsoft is about to make a small but remarkable overture toward the open standards world. They are about to embrace a very interesting though relatively little known enterprise messaging standard known as the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol, or AMQP for short. Red Hat, a founding member of the AMQP working group, reacted with this welcome message: http://bryanche.blogspot.com/2008/10/welcome-to-amqp-microsoft.html. What is AMQP, and why should anybody care whether Microsoft adopts it? Suffice it is to say that AMQP is to high-value, reliable business messaging what SMTP is to e-mail. http://www.interopnews.com/analysis/microsoft-puts-a-foot-in-the-open-standards-pond-with-amqp.html"
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