In recent times, most systems are built with RPC style messaging. This form of messaging requires users to send a request, wait for a response, and process the response using the same thread. As simple as this type of communication sounds, there are many scenarios where more advanced messaging patterns are needed.
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 WSO2 Message Broker 2.2, which comes with an enhanced set of new features to facilitate requirements of enterprise level application integration. WSO2 Message Broker 2.2 provides support to Dead Letter Channel, Publisher Flow Control, Message Selectors, and Profile Support. This new version also comes with better speed and scalability, capable of handling messages with larger capacity, has undergone high level load testing as well as provides easy integration with other WSO2 products.
If you are an architect or a developer looking for enterprise integration solutions related to message brokering and reliable message delivery, this webinar is for you.
Hasitha is a software engineer in the WSO2 Message Broker Team. In addition to his product development efforts he has also provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs focused on SOA, service integration, cloud and reliable messaging.
Hasitha has also published numerous articles which are available in the WSO2 library. Additionally, his research paper "Leveraging Java sound programming interface for automatic music transcription" was presented at the Fourth International Conference on Machine Vision (ICMV 2011).
Ishara is a software engineer in the WSO2 Message Broker team where she mainly focuses on AMQP and JMS based technologies. In addition to her product development efforts she has also provided technology consulting on customer engagements, including customer QuickStart programs.
Additionally, she has also published a research paper titled “A Distributed System Management Framework with User-Defined Management Logic” which was presented at the 10th International Conference on Information Technology:New Generations, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.