A-MQ is a suite of servers and clients that work together to form the foundation of a reliable distributed application.
A-MQ Broker is a pure-Java multiprotocol message broker. It’s built on an efficient, asynchronous core, with a fast native journal for message persistence and the option of shared-nothing state replication for high availability.
Persistence - A fast, native-IO journal or a JDBC-based store
High availability - Shared store or shared-nothing state replication
Advanced queueing - Last value queues, message groups, topic hierarchies, and large message support
Multiprotocol - AMQP 1.0, MQTT, STOMP, OpenWire, and HornetQ Core
Integration - Full integration with Red Hat JBoss EAP
A-MQ Broker is based on the Apache ActiveMQ Artemis project.
A-MQ Interconnect is a high-speed, low-latency AMQP 1.0 message router. You can deploy multiple A-MQ Interconnect routers to build a fault-tolerant messaging network that connects your clients and brokers into one seamless fabric.
Disaster recovery - Deploy redundant network routers across geographies
Advanced routing - Control the distribution and processing of messages on your network
Integration - Connect clients, brokers, and standalone services
Management - Streamlined management makes large deployments practical
A-MQ Interconnect is based on the Apache Qpid Dispatch project.
A-MQ Clients is a suite of AMQP 1.0 messaging APIs that allow you to make any application a messaging application. It includes both industry-standard APIs such as JMS and new event-driven APIs that make it easy to integrate messaging anywhere.
New event-driven APIs - Fast, efficient messaging that integrates everywhere
Industry-standard APIs - JMS 1.1 and 2.0
Wide availability - Linux, Windows, and JVM-based environments
A-MQ Clients is based on the following projects.
A-MQ Console is a central point of control for your A-MQ deployment. It is a web-based management console with the ability to monitor and modify a deployment in real time.
A-MQ Console is based on the JBoss Hawtio project.Last updated: November 19, 2020