Last month, we announced Solace VMR support for AMQP 1.0 (Advanced Message Queueing Protocol). We’ve now added AMQP 1.0 support to our 3530 and 3560 hardware messaging appliances, with the release of SolOS version 8.3.0.
SolOS version 8.3.0 also adds support for several features which we’ll explain briefly in this blog, including queue subscription exceptions, JMS non-exclusive topic endpoints, and scaling of the Access Control List (ACL) capacity of the 3560 appliance.
With AMQP now available on both the VMR and appliances, you can develop your AMQP 1.0 applications using the VMR, and deploy on either the VMR or the hardware appliances – or a mixture of both! Learn more about AMQP 1.0 and find everything you need to quickly get started using AMQP 1.0 with Solace routers at http://dev.solace.com/tech/amqp/
When setting up queue subscriptions containing wildcards, we’ve added the ability in SolOS version 8.3.0 to define exceptions to those wildcard subscriptions (hence the name “subscription exceptions”).… Read the rest