Top 8 Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) Tools
IBM MQPubSub+ Event BrokerAmazon SNSAvada Software Infrared360Aurea CX MessengerAmazon EventBridgeTIBCO Enterprise Message ServiceTIBCO FTL
The methodology and the way in which the platform has been produced as a standard is most valuable. There are so many different versions of it now, but the actual basic functionality and the simplicity of it have made it far easier to be implemented in so many different instances. When I worked with the OS/2 or PS/2 machine environment, the messaging mechanisms were based upon IBM MQ. It is so versatile, which is the main reason that I'm a fan of it.
The way we can replicate information and send it to several subscribers is most valuable. It can be used for any kind of business where you've got multiple users who need information. Any company, such as LinkedIn, with a huge number of subscribers and any business, such as publishing, supermarket, airline, or shipping can use it.
Push notifications are the most valuable. I have mostly used push notifications for my system. Amazon SNS supports all devices for push notification services. It supports iOS, Android, and Windows notifications. It provides reliable push notification services. We have queues, and we can track which notifications have failed or had some issues. We can then figure out the issue. We can also debug the issue because of which our push notification didn't reach the end users.
It has role-based access to queues, giving us more insights into problems.
Monitoring that ties into our incident management system
The solution offers excellent stability.
ESB: Provides all kind of possibilities to resolve business needs. A lot of ready to use services plus custom Java services. I used a lot of them all.
The Enterprise Messaging Server will store the message and wait for other subscribers to come onto the network.
The initial setup is straightforward and the product documentation is very good.