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Sun Open MQ server vs. apache ActiveMQ

 
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Dear ranchers,
iam developing a distributed application which will communicate using JMS

the application is in p-to-p model the client will send messages to server and get response asynchronously

the server must be able to receive a huge number of messages per second

i tried to take a decision of choosing between Sun Open MQ server and apache ActiveMQ

is there any one can help me in this decision ?
 
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It really depends on what you are going to do.
I am using OpenMQ integrated in glassfish and I am happy as it gives me fast and easy clustering with an acceptable performance.
Only drawback is that OpenMQ management applications are native and lock you into its supported platforms.

on the other hand ActiveMQ is pure java, it supports more protocols and provide some binding with other languages like C#...

Hope it helps.
 
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thanks Masoud for your help
 
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