FFMQ is a fully Java, lightweight, fast native JMS 1.1 implementation. Emphasis is made on raw performance and reliability. As a consequence, it does not provide a lot of features but it's fast, easy to configure, and has reduced dependencies.
|Tags||Software Development Object Brokering Libraries Java Libraries Communications|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of the new 3.x branch. This major version provides improved performance, horizontal scalability, better JMX support, and a completely rewritten storage engine (asynchronous and journal-based).
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release of the 2.x branch. It fixes an issue with durable subscribers. Note that there won't be any new features in this branch because 3.0.0 is on the way.
Release Notes: Some JMX issues and some minor glitches were fixed. Interaction with external code was improved.
Release Notes: Destinations can now be looked up in JNDI. Queue browsers are now implemented. Spring integration is supported. Some important fixes were made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.