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Some famous workflow business software suppliers continue to produce new production; among them are some famous enterprise-class workflow production like WLI (WebLogic Integration Studio) from BEA, holosofx and MQSeries workflow from IBM, IFlow form Fujitsu, NetWeaver from SAP, and Orchestration Server from Sonic.
Another approach often considered is use of an application integration product or message-oriented middleware (such as MQSeries) between databases.
* For MOM standards: MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queue), JMS (J2EE Message Service), IBM MQSeries
According to the companies, the message tests achieved throughput volume of 94,000 messages per second, confirming that the Sonic solution running on Sun is 7 to 15 times faster than IBM WebSphereMQ (formerly MQSeries) running on Intel-based hardware.
ESSO delivers a solution for authenticating security credentials between Windows Active Directory(R) and non-Windows systems, enabling seamless authentication between HIS 2004, BizTalk(R) Server 2004, IBM mainframe and midrange systems, and key IBM applications such as CICS, IMS, DB2 and MQSeries.
For example, you can use the same JMS API to send messages using Progress' SonicMQ as you do IBM's MQSeries. This feature focuses on JMS 1.0.2, introduced in November 1999.
Coming from a company specializing in middleware and message brokers with MQSeries, IBM clearly has an eye on preserving customer installations.
Since then, the WebSphere brand has surged irresistibly across IBM's software product lines, absorbing everything from ComponentBroker, MQSeries and TXSeries to portal, EAI and e-business packages.
Also see VeniceBridge integrated with Siebel, BEA, MQSeries Workflow and others.
IBM pSeries servers, IBM zSeries enterprise servers running Parallel Sysplex technology, and MQSeries messaging middleware are among the strategic products within the IBM Application Framework for e-business, and ILS Technology LLC will continue to incorporate those and others into its product offerings.
These are typically Java application programs that connect to the back-end server using a supported communication link, such as IBM's MQSeries messaging software running on a TCP/IP backbone.
The building blocks used to construct the hub include communications middleware infrastructure provided by IBM's MQSeries, translation and transformation capability provided by MQSeries Integrator, and business process automation capability provided by MQ Workflow.
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