New Open Source Project called ‘Round Robin Messaging’

Capitalware Inc. would like to announce a new open source project called: Round Robin Messaging (RRM).

RRM is a MQ application that will move messages from a single input queue to ‘n’ output queues (‘n’ can be up to 99) in a round robin fashion.

    There are 2 reasons people may be interested in RRM:

  • The MQAdmin does not want to go through the process of configuring and managing an MQ cluster repository.
  • The company is not using MQ clustering and the application has a simple need to distribute messages across several queues. A good example would be to spread the message load across multiple instances of the same application.

RRM performs each MQGET and the subsequent MQPUT under a Unit of Work (UOW), so that message integrity is kept.

The RRM binaries/executables (32-bit & 64-bit) are available for all major platforms: AIX, HP-UX IA64, HP-UX RISC, IBM i (OS/400), Linux x86, Linux on POWER, Linux on System z (zSeries), Solaris SPARC, Solaris x86_64, Windows and z/OS.

RRM is licensed under Apache License 2. It is free to use but support is not included.

For more information about RRM, please go to:

Roger Lacroix
Capitalware Inc.

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