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Applications in enterprises need to communicate, most commonly done by messaging. Co-authored by one of the leading ActiveMQ developers, Bruce Snyder, the book starts with ehook anatomy of a core Java message, then moves quickly through fundamentals including data persistence, authentication and authorization. Later chapters cover advanced features such as configuration and performance tuning, illustrating each concept with a running real-world stock portfolio application.

Also available is all code from the book. Bruce Snyderis a veteran of enterprise software development and a recognizedleader in open source software. Dejan Bosanacis a software developer, technology consultant and author withdeep expertise in integration and interoperability of Java and web technologies.

Dejan spent a number of years in development of complex software projects, rang-ing from highly-trafficked web sites through enterprise applications. Rob Davieshas over 20 years experience of developing high performance distrib-uted enterprise systems and products for telcos and finance.

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About the Author Bruce Snyderis a veteran of enterprise software development and a recognizedleader in open source software. Manning Publications; 1 edition March 28, Language: I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention activemq jms messaging configure java configuration features performance reference application source useful action manning.

Showing of 11 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. After reading this book almost from cover to cover except for chapters 8 and 9 and trying out all source code, I have come to the conclusion that this is a decent book all in all and it’s definitely worth a read if you are using ActiveMQ unless you are an advanced user already.

It appears that most of what’s in the book is more or less online on the ActiveMQ site in fact, the example code looks alike in a lot of placesso you may not necessarily need to buy it unless you want to. For me, I always find it helpful to have a paper copy around so that I can peruse it even when I’m not online.


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Some of the example code in the book won’t work out of the box but you can usually figure it out what’s wrong with it and fix it yourself or a simple web search will provide you an answer most of the time. For example, in one example, an environment variable is referenced in ActiveMQ configuration files but it’s not set automatically and you should remember to set them before executing the code.

Example on SSL connector requires more configuration than what’s in the book. The last example code in chapter 13 doesn’t give better performance but if you set another property that’s not listed in the code, it will work as expected. The first few chapters in part 1 provide a pretty good overview of JMS and its features – these are very helpful to novices. Most of the material in part 2 should be easy to pick up for someone actioj has used any messaging technology at some point in their careers.

Part 3 is useful for integration with application servers or for using ActiveMQ acion a language other than Java for client consumption. Part 4, Advanced Features, is the most helpful section in the book for me. It covers enterprise deployment, tuning, administration and monitoring – I have used several ideas outlined in these chapters with pretty good results in my current work place.

Note that this book was written with ActiveMQ version 5. I have used ActiveMQ 5. This book may be useful for a sysadmin, who want to configure ActiveMQ. Also positive is that this book does not spend half of its pages on marketing.

The authors seem knowledgeable, but they seem to be not willing to share their knowledge too much. One cannot configure something without understanding why they configure that. In other words, it is necessary to understand activenq ideas behind the configuration.

This part is not so good in this book.

Authors spend lot of pages printing the console outputs of the running programs, but when it comes to explaining the ideas, they clearly try to save space. Explanations are short and unclear. Maybe other books are even worse, and I am too picky. But the main result of this reading was that I felt that I need other books to read.

Just finished this book. ActiveMQ is just a single jar file you can invoke from Eclipse. But don’t be misled. It is a full fledged, high performance message broker. Learning message oriented middleware has two facets. The first is learning JMS. This book is not the best place to start. The other part is all the stuff that JMS doesn’t deal with by design, such as fail over, clustering, performance tuning etc.

Part 1 An introduction to messaging and ActiveMQ

That is activenq to the broker. ActiveMQ makes all this ridiculously simple and comes with boatloads of features. This is an excellent book to learn all that. The reason I give it 4 instead of 5 starts is the code samples. Some of the stuff in some chapters is just missing.


Also in keeping with all Manning books it uses Maven. But what if you don’t like or use Maven? Still you don’t have to use Maven. You can try it in your IDE.

All in all if you looking to learn JMS or want an open source message broker ActiveMQ is a good choice and this book will be indispensable to you. Underneath every major operating system lies the ability to communicate messages between applications using services. Messages occur in several forms and contain a number of data types. This actkon it possible to communicate almost any possible kind of inn between applications. This book details the Java based messaging system based on the JMS 1.

Linux messaging proved to be a highly useful operation which was brought into Windows from Linux and had its features expanded to include an expanded range of message types along with authentication and local receivers. The Windows operating systems began using messaging services in the mid 90s. It retains many of the major Windows features while eliminating much of the confusing usage that plagued Windows messaging.

I can testify that it does a much better job of explaining than the Microsoft documentation and reference books do in explaining their Messaging. I have literally spent hundreds of hours trying to get Windows Messaging to make enough sense to get database interfaces to work using it.

This book will save you all that wasted time. It is very well organized and presents a thorough picture of Activwmq Queuing practices and operations. So, you want to design a complex and flexible Linux Messaging service. And you want enterprise as well as local receivers. Then this is the book for you. Especially if your application clients are written in Java and ultimate performance is not the issue, eboom you have found the right source for your solution. So, what are you waiting for?

One person found this helpful. This is a great resource for ActiveMQ. I’m an admin for a large company who is migrating to Open Source Messaging.

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