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The Changing Role of Application Messaging
The role of enterprise messaging is changing. The next generation of enterprise messaging solutions must be able to reach outside the traditional, safe confines of intra-enterprise applications.More
RFID, Telemetry, and digital-enabling technologies open a new world of possibilities to reach outside the enterprise. But with that potential comes a new set of challenges, such as intermittent signals, overall message volumes, and message volume consistency, that were never factored into the architectures of traditional messaging platforms.
Are you ready for the next generation of enterprise messaging?
In this webinar, we will cover the basic requirements for next generation enterprise messaging solutions, including the flexibility to integrate multiple, disparate messaging environments in an open and standards-based way. Additionally, you will learn about the key role the AMQP specification is playing in the design and building of next generation of enterprise messaging solutions.Less
Date: March 17, 2011
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