Apache ActiveMQ provides powerful messaging that supports numerous multilingual clients and protocols. In modern environments, ActiveMQ provides a way to deliver messages reliably between different systems using a set of message brokers and queues.
This course provides a solid introduction to the theory and practice of the ActiveMQ (AMQ) application, which is a reliable message queue management server. Detailed practical work shows the installation, configuration, monitoring and control of AMQ brokers. Examples of JMS features address publish- subscribe messages, queue-based messages, persistent messages and transactional messages. A set of options for deployment and topology of AMQ is also reviewed.
|Duration||2 days (14 hours)|
|Target Audience||Business solution architects and Java application programmers|
|Prerequisites||Understanding and competence in Java, experience in developing applications using Eclipse IDE, and basic knowledge of distributed computing systems.|
After completing this class, you will be able to: