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ActiveMQ in Action
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ActiveMQ in Action
is an example-rich tutorial that shows Java developers how
to implement distributed messaging using ActiveMQ, and how to integrate
ActiveMQ with Java and non-Java technologies.
Applications in enterprises need to communicate, most commonly done by messaging.
Apache ActiveMQ is an open-source implementation of the Java
Message Service (JMS), which provides messaging in Java applications.
ActiveMQ in Action is a thorough, practical guide to implementing message-oriented
systems using ActiveMQ and Java. Co-authored by one of the leading
ActiveMQ developers, Bruce Snyder, the book starts with the anatomy of a core
Java message, then moves quickly through fundamentals including data persistence,
authentication and authorization. Later chapters cover advanced features
such as configuration and performance tuning, illustrating each concept with a
running real-world stock portfolio application.
Readers will learn to integrate ActiveMQ with Apache Geronimo and JBoss, and
tie into both Java and non-Java technologies including AJAX, .NET, C++, Ruby,
and the Spring framework.
The first book to focus purely on ActiveMQ
Strong early demand through the Manning Early Access Program
Real-world examples and in-depth walkthroughs
Concise, developer-centric, In Action style
Focused on best practices gained through authors deep ActiveMQ
Demonstrates using Apache Camel to utilize enterprise integration patterns
is a veteran of enterprise software development and a recognized
leader in open source software. Bruce has experience in a wide range of technologies
including Java EE, Enterprise Messaging and Service Oriented Integration. In
addition to his role as a software consultant, Bruce is also an Apache Member, a
co-founder of Apache Geronimo and a developer for Apache ActiveMQ, Camel,
and ServiceMix. Bruce serves as a member of various JCP expert groups and is a
recognized international speaker at industry conferences. Bruce lives in beautiful
Boulder, Colorado with his family. Previously he co-wrote Beginning Spring
Framework 2 and Professional Apache Geronimo, both for Wrox Press.
Dejan Bosanac is a software developer, technology consultant and author with
deep expertise in integration and interoperability of Java and web technologies.
Dejan spent a number of years in development of complex software projects, ranging
from highly-trafficked web sites through enterprise applications. Previously he
wrote Scripting in Java for Addison-Wesley.
Rob Davies has over 20 years experience of developing high performance distributed
enterprise systems and products for telcos and finance. He is a founder of the
Apache ActiveMQ, Apache ServiceMix, and Apache Camel projects. Currently
Director of Open Source Development at IONA, Rob was also a founder and
CTO of SpiritSoft and founder and VP Product Development at LogicBlaze.