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Apache ActiveMQ is a fast Message Bus which supports many Cross Language Clients and Protocols and many advanced features while fully supporting JMS 1.1 and J2EE 1.4.
The Marionette Collective aka. mcollective is a framework to build server orchestration or parallel job execution systems. Primarily we'll use it as a means to programmatically execute actions on clusters of servers. In this regard we operate in the same space as tools like Func, Fabric or ... [More]
CoilMQ is a simple, but configurable STOMP message broker (aka STOMP server) written in Python. This project is inspired by the design of the simple Ruby stompserver project and the intent is to provide a working reference implementation with a basic set of functionality built-in and the necessary ... [More]
FUSE Message Broker is an open source, enterprise version of Apache ActiveMQ. This enterprise release is tested, certified and supported. FUSE Message Broker is a JMS platform providing high performance, unlimited scalability, and mission-critical reliability for distributed enterprise computing. ... [More]
pyactivemq is a Python module for communicating with the Apache ActiveMQ message broker which implements the Java Message Service specification. pyactivemq wraps the ActiveMQ-CPP library using Boost.Python. This implies that both the Stomp and Openwire wire formats are supported for communicating with the broker.
The Stomp PHP Extension allows php applications to communicate with any Stomp compliant Message Brokers through easy object oriented and procedural interfaces.
Scalable and reliable word generator (password generator) written in Ruby. It uses a JMS broker (stomp interface) to store candidate and result words.
RDFbus is middleware for constructing RDF transactions and transmitting RDF publish/subscribe payloads over transports such as AMQP, XMPP or Stomp.
Apache Apollo is a faster, more reliable, easier to maintain messaging broker built from the foundations of the original ActiveMQ. It accomplishes this using a radically different threading and message dispatching architecture.