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Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging implements the AMQP specification, an important emerging messaging standard. AMQP defines an open wire protocol for messaging interoperability and is the collaborative effort of both major messaging vendors and end-user organizations. Red Hat is one of the founding members of the AMQP consortium.
Characterized as the “Internet protocol for business messaging," AMQP lets organizations deploy sophisticated distributed computing solutions without the lock-in of legacy proprietary messaging protocols. It combines the advantages of an open, freely available protocol with features that meet the needs of the most sophisticated enterprise.
Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging offers clients in a variety of languages across several platforms, including:
- Java (JMS)
- .NET (WCF)
Its <100K scripting enables rapid application development with a lightweight tool, while offering all the performance and transactional power of AMQP.
Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging includes comprehensive support for various messaging paradigms, including:
- Transaction distribution
- Content-based routing
- Queued file transfer
- Point-to-point connections among peers
- Market data distribution
Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging delivers the features needed for mission-critical deployments:
- Clustering and failover are supported, as is broker federation, which enables broker deployments to span diverse geographies. Both transient and durable messaging are supported. Durable messaging ensures that messages and queues are restored in the event of a system crash.
- Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging can achieve over 6 million-OPRA-messages-per-second throughput on an 8-core box using Gigabit Ethernet. Deterministic sub-millisecond latency is available via the MRG Realtime kernel.
- Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support and role-based access control, as well as Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL) authentication are supported.
Contact Red Hat Sales to purchase or evaluate Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging.
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- Industry use cases: Red Hat Enterprise MRG is broadly applicable across a variety of industries and can be used to optimize technologies already in place.
- Getting started with MRG-Messaging: A history of messaging and a hands-on guide for getting started with Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging.
- Reference architecture: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 High Performance Network with MRG: This paper generates performance numbers for MRG Messaging under the Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 6.1 operating system using various interconnects and supported protocols, including RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) and remote direct memory access (RDMA).
- AMQP for dummies: An easy-to-read guide that explains the AMQP messaging protocol for messaging between complex systems.
- Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging datasheet: Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging provides the critical messaging backbone for highly performant, distributed computing environments.
Get information to help you decide whether Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging is right for your organization:
Powerful, open source messaging for the enterprise: This whitepaper outlines the power of Red Hat’s message-oriented middleware platform and its ability to deliver the power of distributed computing to the modern enterprise.
Deutsche Börse Systems Builds the First Risk Management Platform with Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging and the Open Standard AMQP: Find out how Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging helped this financial services company's end customers, mainly banks, get immediate access to valuable risk-management data directly from Eurex Clearing’s back-end systems without the need for customized adaptors. Deutsche Börse Systems can now focus on key operational tasks, leaving ongoing support of the AMQP-based messaging system to Red Hat.
Watch this 2-part webinar series to learn more about messaging:
- The changing role of application messaging covers 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. You'll also learn about the key role the AMQP specification is playing in the design and building of next-generation enterprise messaging solutions.
- Implementing a next-generation messaging solution discusses a real-world set of guidelines, including the role of AMQP, that you should consider as you architect your next-generation enterprise messaging solution. Learn how an enterprise messaging solution from Red Hat can help you ensure that you're ready for the next generation of enterprise messaging.
Hear more about JBoss Enterprise MRG Messaging in the videos below:
- Focus on: Building the intelligent, integrated enterprise: Learn how to build an intelligent, integrated enterprise.
- Focus on: Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging: What is Red Hat Enterprise MRG Messaging? Find out in this informative video.