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By mitchp
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Published: Jan 03 2013 / 08:22

Apache Apollo is a next-generation, high-performance, multi-protocol messaging broker built from the ground up to one day be a drop-in replacement of ActiveMQ 5.x. I have blogged about it in the past (Part I has already been published with part II on its way). Apollo’s non-blocking, asynchronous architecture allows it to be super fast and scale very well on multi-core systems using a minimal number of threads. The supported protocols include AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, and ActiveMQ’s native binary protocol, Openwire. Among all of the cool features implemented in Apollo, the one I want to briefly introduce is the REST API.
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