Apache Active Message Queuing (ActiveMQ) Protocol
What is ActiveMQ (Active Message Queuing)?
ActiveMQ is an open source protocol developed by Apache which functions as an implementation of message-oriented middleware (MOM). Its basic function is to send messages between different applications, but includes additional features like STOMP, JMS, and OpenWire. It supports enterprise features and a high number of transport protocols.
How does ActiveMQ work?
Written in Java, ActiveMQ translates messages from sender to receiver. It can connect multiple clients and servers and allows messages to be held in queue, instead of requiring both the client and server to be available simultaneously in order to communicate. Messaging can still happen even if one application is temporarily indisposed.