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FioranoMQ 7.0 Becomes First JMS Server with True High-Availability
FioranoMQ 7.0 Becomes First JMS Server with True High-Availability

(June 4, 2003) - Fiorano Software Inc. has released FioranoMQ 7.0. New features include support for High Availability (HA), Distributed Transactions (XA) and enhancements to the Administration and Management Tools. HA allows Enterprises near real-time responsiveness and helps them gain a competitive edge.

FioranoMQ is the first JMS Server to provide a true High-Availability implementation that ensures that messages exchanged between business applications are not only never lost but are always available despite software, network, or hardware failures. The HA solution provides robustness to the user in terms of ability to switch to backup server when the currently running primary server goes down. Clients connected to the primary server move to the secondary server and continue to receive messages that were published earlier.

Local and distributed 2-phase transactions for atomic actions provide the ability for several messages to be grouped together as a logical unit of work and either committed or rolled back as a single unit. Utilizing the JTA XAResource API, FioranoMQ transactions can be directly integrated with database and application server transactions, ensuring data integrity throughout a distributed application.

General availability of FioranoMQ 7.0 is scheduled for July 30, 2003. View the detailed http://www.fiorano.com/whitepapers/fioranomq_brochure.pdf ">FioranoMQ data sheet , or obtain a beta version from sales@fiorano.com. At JavaOne, visit the Fiorano booth, #1502, to receive a free evaluation copy of FioranoMQ.

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