TIBCO's Enterprise Message Service is message oriented middleware.
Message Oriented Middleware
Message-Oriented Middleware Overview
What is Message-Oriented Middleware?
Message-Oriented Middleware (MOM) is a software infrastructure which supports the sending and receiving of messages between component information systems in an enterprise's distributed system. Message-driven processing is required in a client/server environment that uses a special program called a message broker. A client sends a message to the message broker which is designed to handle many messages from multiple clients and forward them to the appropriate server application. The middleware creates a communications layer that insulates developers from the complexity of different operating systems and network protocols.
The MOM helps resolve performance issues and other potentially complex issues of interoperability and scalability, which can occur in a constantly changing network of systems.
This technology has become of central importance in IoT applications. In this case, centralized message brokers facilitate device-to-device communication.
Message-Oriented Middleware Features & Capabilities
Provisioning and monitoring
Management and control tools
Flexible service quality
Integration with other tools
Message Oriented Middleware Products
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TIBCO BusinessEvents® allows organizations to quickly build event-driven rules systems that intelligently process streams of events at the speed they are generated - supporting realtime decision making, automation, and proactive responses.
IBM MQ (formerly WebSphere MQ and MQSeries) is messaging middleware.
Amazon Web Services offers the Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) which provides pub/sub messaging and push notifications to iOS and Android devices. It is meant to operate in a microservices architecture and which can support event-driven contingencies and support the decoupling of applica...
TIBCO's Rendezvous is message oriented middleware.
Oracle BAM (for Business Activity Monitoring) is a message queue and activity monitor; it is contained in both the Oracle SOA Suite, and the Oracle Business Process Monitoring Suite.
Axway's AMPLIFY Analytics replaces Systar BusinessBridge, a middleware analytics tool providing behavioral application data and insights. Systar was acquired by Axway in June, 2014.
Tervela, headquartered in Boston, offers message oriented middleware via its Messaging Appliance.
Software AG's Optimizer is message oriented middleware.
Infrared360 from Avada Software in New Jersey is an application performance management solution, and middleware.
RTI Connext DDS is message oriented middleware, from RTI (Real-Time Innovations) in Sunnyvale, California.
Solace in Ottawa offers the Solace Cloud to support a cloud infrastructure with enterprise messaging-as-a-service to speed cloud app development in an event-driven architecture, bridge on-premise services to cloud services, and support Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications.
Google offers Cloud Pub/Sub, a managed message oriented middleware supporting many-to-many asynchronous messaging between applications.
The Ebix Universal Messaging Gateway (MG) is a message oriented middleware and message management tool compliant with ACORD Messaging Services, XML Specifications and SOAP v1.1.
BluJay Solutions headquartered in Michigan offers MessageBroker, a B2B EDI middleware for private, compliant, and secure message or data transfer.
Mavenir offers Messaging as a Platform (MAAP), allowing third party business app users to connect with potential customers using advanced communication services (e.g. chatbots, other third-party apps to enhance messaging) and generate revenue.