A standard is no use without products, and there are is a choice of excellent AMQP technology suppliers.
Commercially available AMQP products and support offerings; please check their web sites for details...
- Apache Qpid, an Apache project
- Fedora Linux AMQP Infrastructure
- IIT Software's SwiftMQ is a enterprise grade JMS messaging product with full support for AMQP 1.0
- INETCO's AMQP protocol analyzer
- JORAM: open reliable asynchronous messaging, 100% pure Java implementation of JMS
- Kaazing's AMQP Web Client
- Microsoft's Windows Azure Service Bus
- Red Hat Enterprise MRG by Red Hat built from Qpid
- StormMQ a cloud hosted messaging service based on AMQP
- VMware Inc RabbitMQ; also supported by SpringSource
- others are coming!
Notable AMQP Users
In addition to the Banking and Finance Industries, AMQP is also being used to connect hundreds of critical systems in Telecommunications, Defense, Manufacturing, Internet and Cloud Computing, and many additional market segments.
There are 500+ commercial users recorded by AMQP vendors, including:
The Deutsche Börse
“EUREX 12 is FIXML over AMQP Eurex is the very first exchange to introduce AMQP as a standard protocol on its system, thus easing the monitoring of positions and risk related data for its members and ensuring market integrity for all participants.”
Sends 1 billion AMQP messages per day; used in dozens of mission critical systems worldwide.
National Science Foundation
The control plane of the Nebula Cloud Computing.
The control plane of Red Hat's Cloud services use AMQP to control its internal operations.
UIDAI, Government of India
UIDAI is the the largest online identity project in the world aiming to provide each of India's 1.2 billion residents with a unique identity number. UIDAI uses RabbitMQ to decouple sub-components of its application allowing it to scale.
Mozilla use RabbitMQ in Pulse, their in-house eventing and pub-sub bus.
Uses AMQP for passing real time data in cloud environments, between different components of the INETCO Insight product.
Smith Electric Vehicles
Smith uses AMQP in it's SmithLink service to transmit over 2 billion data points a day from automotive based in 90 different cities around the world.
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