Featuring the following panelists from the AMQP Working Group:
Robert Godfrey – VP and Technical Architect for JPMorgan Chase
David Ingham - Program Manager with the Business Platform Division of Microsoft Corporation
Angus Telfer – CTO of INETCO Systems Ltd.
John O’Hara - Founder of the AMQP Working Group and Head of Architecture & Strategy for Commodities Technology at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch
AMQP 1.0 stands to revolutionize messaging in the Cloud and over the Internet, comparable to the impact of HTTP.
With the completion of the AMQP 1.0 specification, the AMQP Working Group is preparing to transition the protocol to OASIS, seek ratification as an international open standard, and promote the mainstream adoption of AMQP 1.0 for everything from infrastructure services to cloud computing. Join our panel of AMQP Working Group members as they explain the growing momentum behind AMQP, and answer questions such as:
How is AMQP 1.0 transforming the way business is done in the Cloud and over the Internet?
Is AMQP 1.0 meant to replace existing mainstream messaging and integration technologies such as Java (JMS) and .NET (WCF)?
What OASIS means for AMQP 1.0?
How is AMQP 1.0 different than previous versions of the AMQP protocol?
A reminder to save the date!
The AMQP Working Group invites you to attend the fourth annual AMQP business messaging conference and AMQP 1.0 launch party to be held Wednesday, October 12th, 2011 at the JP Morgan Chase headquarters in New York City. If you are interested in receiving more information about this conference, email the AMQP Working Group at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or check the AMQP website: www.amqp.org/amqp_conference
The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) is an open standard for business messaging. AMQP promotes open interoperability that is fundamental to achieving connectivity amongst heterogeneous application systems and enterprise middleware software integrations in a cost effective manner. AMQP also provides a reliable, more secure approach to message queuing. Real-time data streams and time-sensitive business transactions are easily passed between critical business applications, among organizations, across distributed and cloud computing environments, and within mobile infrastructures. Founded by some of the world’s largest financial firms and software vendors, the AMQP Working Group is in the process of transitioning to OASIS AMQP, an independent Member Section under the aegis of the OASIS international standards consortium.
Current members of the AMQP Working Group include Bank of America, N.A., Barclays Bank PLC, Cisco Systems Inc., Credit Suisse, Deutsche Börse Group, Goldman Sachs, HCL, IIT Software GmbH, INETCO Systems Ltd, Informatica, JPMorgan Chase Bank & Co., Kaazing Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, my-Channels, Novell, Progress Software, Red Hat Inc., Software AG, Solace Systems Inc., StormMQ, Tervela Inc., TWIST, VMware Inc., and WSO2 Inc. The group is open to all, and new participants are welcome.