The AMQP protocol’s broad adoption relies upon the Magic Triangle.
Earlier this month I had a chat with John O’Hara, the founder of the AMQP Working Group and the Global Head of Architecture for Commodities at Bank of America. We covered many topics; however the overriding theme was regarding the future of AMQP and the MQ market in general.
Telemetry has for a long time been associated with Formula One racing.
Large banks of software engineers pour over screens as the cars scream round circuits and interpret data as it arrives real time from the cars to decide crucial events such as when to change tyres, when and how much to refill, to advise changes in driving style and the list is endless.
stormmq is built around the AMQP protocol, a protocol that was designed when a group of vendors got together with a few users with a vision to build a reliable and open protocol for the MQ market.
The goal was to produce the next generation MQ protocol to replace the incumbent proprietary standards. Over the past few years this protocol has passed through a few iterations but the current agreed standard is AMQP 0‐9‐1.
Innovator unveils first CloudMessage Queuing service using the AMQP standard with built in data encryption and delivered from UK based ISO approved data centres.
As a fully managed service, stormmq requires no capital expenditure on hardware or infrastructure and removes the ongoing cost and complexity of managing on‑site Message Queuing servers and applications.