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amqp

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The importance of open source AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol)

AMQP is close to shaking up the MOM market. Get your head around it.

By Jul. 31, 2008

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Microsoft joins server messaging effort

The company says it is joining an effort, initiated by competitors, to establish a standard way for business applications to communicate.

By Oct. 24, 2008

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Latency matters even across the ocean

A new transatlantic cable will shave 5 milliseconds off communications times for financial traders aiming for the very speediest transactions.

By Oct. 11, 2010

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XMPP plus RabbitMQ gateway = high performance Twitter?

Message volume shouldn't be a problem for services like Twitter. RabbitMQ and XMPP might help to explain the solution.

By Jul. 2, 2008

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Real world example of moving 100% to the cloud

Cloud architecture isn't dramatically different than on-premise, though some inherent advantages make it a worthwhile deployment option.

By Dec. 24, 2008

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Turning Twitter into an application server

Engine Yard's contest featuring Twitter as app server is interesting from marketing and technology angles. Maybe there is a way for Twitter to make money after all.

By Nov. 3, 2009

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Red Hat aims to remake server messaging

The Linux seller plans to launch a new server messaging product line in coming months, beginning with a beta test in December. Proprietary rivals take heed.

By Nov. 15, 2007

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Scaling Twitter redux--the ESB should be your best friend

Scaling a message-based system is a common enterprise problem. Web 2.0 needs to get a little enterprise-like to make things work better.

By May. 22, 2008

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Marketcetera's lifeline to the hedge fund industry

Marketcetera's platform is drawing increased attention from money managers by promising to boost productivity and lower costs.

By Jan. 15, 2009

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Third phase of open source: customer participation

We are entering the next phase of open-source development, that which turns mere consumers of open-source software into co-developers.

By Dec. 18, 2009