WebSphere

User Group UK

Title:
JMS 2.0
Stream:
Messaging (2)
Speakers:
Matthew White
Abstract:
The Java Message Service (JMS) specification was first released in 1998, at the dawn of Java EE, with a major update in 2002. It then remained unchanged during the decade that followed. Meanwhile, technology evolved and many vendors pressed ahead with enhancements outside the specification. During that time, the rest of Java EE evolved significantly, with improvements and new features added. Despite the lack of development of the specification, JMS continued to be a popular and successful standard, with numerous competing implementations, both standalone and as part of complete Java EE stacks, and open and closed source.

This presentation will introduce the new JMS specification and how show it's new features will make writing applications quicker and easier.
Bio:

Matthew White:

Matthew White joined IBM in 1998 working initially with IBM's implementation of the JVM. Currently Matthew is the Technical Lead of the WebSphere MQ Platform Integration Team. This team works to ensure that the WebSphere MQ product is fully integrated into the IBM WebSphere Platform. Looking at the the MQ messaging product as part of a stack solution ensures our customers truly get an integrated platform. And this platform need not be JavaEE based, but within other frameworks such as Spring or OSGi.

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