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RE: [xmlblaster] xmlBlaster in the real world
I'm in a similar situation, although it's more me (and my dev group) that
need convincing rather than the guys up the chain. We're evaluating and
writing prototypes using xmlBlaster and Joram (JMS compliance and release
version are big plusses).
Are there really any other options for free/open source MQ/MoM middleware?
I've found tons of things that work with MoMs, JMS etc, but no actual
servers except these two...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Hooker [SMTP:dhooker at btrade.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 4:11 PM
> To: xmlblaster at server.xmlblaster.org
> Subject: [xmlblaster] xmlBlaster in the real world
> Ok, I may need to prove to the powers-that-be that xmlBlaster actually
> IS used in REAL projects in the world. If anyone here is using
> xmlBlaster in a real world production application, could a few of you
> please tell me just a couple of things? I'd like to know:
> (1) is the system in "production" (i.e. does it process real data used
> by the business)?
> (2) what kind of system is xmlBlaster used in? A basic one-line
> description of your application (i.e. "Order Processing for Credit
> (3) how long in production?
> (4) how satisfied are you with xmlBlaster in your environment?
> (5) your company name? (optional - you don't have to tell me if you
> don't want to, but it sounds good if I can say "It's used at Boeing")
> I've selected xmlBlaster to be a core component in our enterprise
> architecture, and I'd like a little data to back me up! :-) Thanks.