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From Hassen Bennour <bennour.has...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Who uses ActiveMQ in Finance / Banking / Markets?
Date Mon, 08 Aug 2016 16:13:30 GMT
Hello AJK,

thank you for sharing your informations, i'm not expert in sonicMQ
(CxMessenger) but as i see it's very easy to work with AMQ than
last CxMessenger version, to configure, for some AMQ possibilities too like
message routing,  destination Interceptors, retroactive consumers, virtual
& composite Destinations...



Kind regards.

*BENNOUR HASSEN*

*SOA **Architect **/ **Java **Software Engineer*

2016-08-08 16:42 GMT+02:00 ActiveMQ Investigation <
ajay.kumar@winterflood.com>:

> Hello Hassen,
>
>
>
> Reasons:
>
> 1. Our last upgrade of SonicMQ was 10 years ago. We would like to look at
> alternatives as well. Specially when we are looking for a product for C++,
> Java, Progress, c#.NET etc. So something which fits for all and with a
> degree of high performance, scalability and reliability.
>
> 2. Why ActiveMQ - Openness - Most popular open source. We are comfortable
> with Open Source space. Not tied to a single company. Thought about other
> products like IBM one and RabbitMQ but ActiveMQ will do the job for us. We
> don't do any complex stuff like network of brokers or constantly open and
> close producer / consumers.
>
> 3. Benchmarking:
>
> Here is one of the queries posted by me in past. It includes links for
> benchmarking I did. I must admit that it's based on our use case scenario
> only. But overall, hopefully it will help.
>
> http://activemq.2283324.n4.nabble.com/Active-MQ-Performance-tc4712952.html
>
> It's for C++/Java/Progress (we say it spark). This is on like for like
> system.
>
> Happy to help if any queries.
>
> Thanks
> AJK
>
>
>
>
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