Solace has just released version 8.6.0 of the Solace Virtual Message Router. With this release, we’ve added support for AMQP 1.0 (Advanced Message Queueing Protocol), significantly increased persistent messaging performance, and made it easier for you to deploy the VMR in the public cloud.
First and foremost, I’m excited to announce that the VMR fully supports AMQP 1.0, an open and standardized internet protocol for reliably passing messages between applications and organizations. AMQP 1.0 helps developers and architects build a diverse, coherent messaging ecosystem that connects systems in an interoperable, standardized way.
Our AMQP 1.0 offering includes full interoperability with other open protocols like MQTT and REST, and with all the Solace APIs too. That means, you can use MQTT and REST for your client applications (which might be IoT devices connected over the internet), and then use AMQP to connect those devices to your back-end applications (which might be running in the cloud, or in your own data center).… Read the rest