[zeromq-dev] London Pub Meet 16th March
sustrik at 250bpm.com
Thu Mar 17 13:40:35 CET 2011
On 03/17/2011 10:32 AM, Ian Barber wrote:
> * JMS, and what length of stick should be used when dealing with it.
This one is rather interesting.
I believe that 0MQ can't be wrapped to provide JMS API, but JMS can be
wrapped to provide 0MQ-like functionality (i.e. 0MQ messaging patterns).
While that's bad news for those who would like to move existing JMS apps
to 0MQ without modifying the code, it's good news for those who would
like to see JMS systems (WebSphereMQ, Tibco EMS, ActiveMQ, SonicMQ,
HornetQ etc.) interconnected with 0MQ systems.
Specifically, if existing JMS applications use well-defined messaging
patterns (REQ/REP, PUB/SUB) -- which many of them do -- they can be
incorporated into 0MQ topologies; the JMS broker basically becomes a
Technically, JMS API has to be wrapped in such a way as to provide a 0MQ
Java API. When done simple Java device can be used to bridge JMS client
library with 0MQ library (see the attached diagram).
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