Today most systems are built with RPC style messaging. This form of messaging requires users to send a request, wait for the response, and process a response using the same thread. As simple as this type of communication sounds, there are many scenarios where more advanced messaging pattern are needed.
The WSO2 Message Broker supports such complicated message patterns like asynchronous messaging, publish/subscribe messaging queues, and persistence. These patterns provide more flexibility and reliability coupled with end to end connectivity.
This webinar introduces the WSO2 Message broker 2.1.1, which is a complete redesign from the earlier 1.0 versions. While the 1.0 version is based on Apache Qpid, version 2.1.1 is based on a new distributed design that provides a cluster of message brokers that uses Cassandra to store messages and Apache Zookeeper to coordinate message delivery. This new version also comes with better speed and scalability, supports AMQP 0-91 and JMS 1.0, and works closely with other WSO2 products.
Join Srinath Perera and Shammi Jayasinghe as they present WSO2 Message Broker’s new architecture, the thought process behind the design, and performance capabilities. They will also discuss customer use cases and best practices.
Senior Software Architect
Dr. Srinath Perera joined WSO2 in June 2009. He is a senior software architect who overlooks the overall WSO2 platform architecture alongside WSO2 CTO Paul Fremantle. He specializes in Web services and distributed systems, specifically working with aspects of data, scale and performance.
Senior Software Engineer
Shammi joined WSO2 in June 2010. He is a senior software engineer in the Integration technologies team. He is the release manager for the WSO2 Message Broker. In addition to his product development efforts he has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs.