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LIGHTMQ Provider for Java Message Service

Sushila Aghav, Shailesh Deshpande, Prajyot Jadhav


LightMQ is asynchronous enterprise messaging system. It is one of the providers of Java Message Service API, which implements Sun Microsystems Java Message Service API 1.1 Specification. LightMQ provides a powerful messaging platform, with powerful and unique features including dynamic routing, dynamic deployment, scalability, reduces system bottlenecks along with heterogeneous system integrations. The primary advantage of using LightMQ is it is a lightweight Messaging systems compared to other JMS providers which adds to its performance. Also, it also implements both producer-subscriber and point to point messaging models


JMS, LightMQ, Message Queue, Point to Point Messaging, MOM

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