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From Krzysztof Sobkowiak <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] ActiveMQ {CodeName} Must-Have Features...
Date Wed, 15 Apr 2015 16:40:46 GMT
My big +1 Daniel. OSGi support is very important for us. Whether ActiveMQ {CodeName} will be
a future ActiveMQ
mainstream or not user should have possibility to chose ActiveMQ {CodeName} as the broker
in ServiceMix. But it requires
OSGi support.


On 15.04.2015 18:23, Daniel Kulp wrote:
> Couple things I think are important:
> 1) OSGi support - in particular the Karaf features and various commands and such for
starting and configuring the brokers within Karaf.
> 2) Related to (1) - using the “normal” libraries that we would use within Karaf.
  The particular one I’m thinking of is using CXF for the activemq-rest stuff instead of
ActiveMQ.   There are issues with having two JAX-RS implementations within a runtime so I
would think it’s important to be able to use the one more of us are using within Karaf.
> I think those would be somewhat required for being able to have a ServiceMix that uses
> Dan
>> On Apr 15, 2015, at 11:56 AM, James Carman <> wrote:
>> In order for ActiveMQ {CodeName} to take over as the next generation
>> of ActiveMQ, it obviously must have some level of feature parity with
>> the existing ActiveMQ 5.x (or 6.x if it's released before that
>> transition) offering.  We should come up with some level of a roadmap
>> together about which features are required.  Thus far, the only
>> big-ticket items that have been addressed are:
>> 1.  The OpenWire protocol is supported
>> 2.  Auto-creation of destinations (mostly complete).
>> This is obviously not all of what the existing ActiveMQ is all about.
>> What other features are folks wanting to see in the next generation
>> ActiveMQ?
>> James

Krzysztof Sobkowiak

JEE & OSS Architect
Apache Software Foundation Member
Apache ServiceMix <> Committer & PMC chair
Senior Solution Architect @ Capgemini SSC <>

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