ActiveMQ Apollo
  1. ActiveMQ Apollo
  2. APLO-166

when will be ready for accepting request from activemq 5.x jms clients

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    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Not a Problem
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    • Component/s: apollo-broker
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    • Environment:
      linux, java 1.6

      Description

      When will appollo will be ready for accepting jms based appi clients. I am using activemq 5.5.1 in production environment. java,.net and cpp clients are connecting to activemq. Can i migrate to appollo without any change in my client applications. What is the performance improvement you expect for appolo over activemq. Will the current activemq development will be stopped?.

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        Krishnadasan T S added a comment -

        Hi Hiram Chirino,

        I am happy to hear this. I am waiting for the release.

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        Krishnadasan T S added a comment - Hi Hiram Chirino, I am happy to hear this. I am waiting for the release.
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        Hiram Chirino added a comment -

        BTW, Apollo 1.0 does provide undocumented OpenWire support. You can connect existing ActiveMQ 5.x clients to any of the ports Apollo opens up and you should be able to send/receive messages (but this is all still experimental).

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        Hiram Chirino added a comment - BTW, Apollo 1.0 does provide undocumented OpenWire support. You can connect existing ActiveMQ 5.x clients to any of the ports Apollo opens up and you should be able to send/receive messages (but this is all still experimental).
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        Hiram Chirino added a comment -

        Once the OpenWire protocol if fully implemented and documented

        When will that be? Since Apache is a volunteer organization, it's hard to say when it will be completed. I can just tell you what the current state its. I would classify the current state of the OpenWire Protocol as being alpha/beta quality. It does not net support XA transactions and not all use cases are fully unit tested. Since the initial focus will be to to just make it feature and backward compatible, we probably will not be focusing on optimizing the OpenWire performance until thats done.

        ActiveMQ development will NOT stop. It has a large user based and we will continue to incrementally improve that code base. Apollo is jus providing a fresh new platform to do some things better.

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        Hiram Chirino added a comment - Once the OpenWire protocol if fully implemented and documented When will that be? Since Apache is a volunteer organization, it's hard to say when it will be completed. I can just tell you what the current state its. I would classify the current state of the OpenWire Protocol as being alpha/beta quality. It does not net support XA transactions and not all use cases are fully unit tested. Since the initial focus will be to to just make it feature and backward compatible, we probably will not be focusing on optimizing the OpenWire performance until thats done. ActiveMQ development will NOT stop. It has a large user based and we will continue to incrementally improve that code base. Apollo is jus providing a fresh new platform to do some things better.

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          • Assignee:
            Hiram Chirino
            Reporter:
            Krishnadasan T S
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