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Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

 
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John Apps
Occasional Advisor

Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

We would be interested to hear about people interested in the above subject and whether they would try out a port of the AMQP (www.amqp.org) specification to OpenVMS.
Details on the port and availability of kits etc. may be found at www.johndapps.com, the BC&JA home page.

The main reason for doing the port is the belief that software of this nature is missing on OpenVMS and that it provides an ideal solution to those looking for a standards-based, Open Source, solution to their messaging needs.

We are doing this work on a completely voluntary basis in our free time and hope to engage with others who would be interested in working with us.

Disclaimer: this work is not endorsed or supported by our employers and any opinions expressed are entirely our own.

Cheers, John
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EdgarZamora_1
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Re: Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

Thanks for the info. I will download the kit and play around with it. Took a while to figure out who BC is... shouldn't it be BM or BMC? :)
Wim Van den Wyngaert
Honored Contributor

Re: Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

Brett Cameron = BC.

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Ian Miller.
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Re: Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

http://www.openvms.org/stories.php?story=08/12/02/0862037

extra publicity :-)
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John Apps
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Re: Message Oriented, Open Source, Middleware on OpenVMS?

BC&JA seemed a suitable abbreviation for the two of us, although it does not work phonetically. BJ would not be so good, CA not brilliant either; so we're stuck with BC&JA until further notice.

We look forward to hearing from you all on the blog at http://amqponopenvms.blogspot.com/!
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