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JMS Architectural Question

Jac Jones
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Joined: Jun 25, 2006
Posts: 17
Hi,

I'm wondering about the suitability of using message-orienmted middleware (ie JMS) for the following scenario:
- geographically distributed locations that need to communicate
- firewall(s) protecting each location
- dedicated line or internet connectivity
- the ability to control software deployed at all locations
- near real-time synchronization (or slight lag) between locations is acceptable.

Any pro's and cons of this are welcome...

thanks,

Jac
Sushil Deshpande
Greenhorn

Joined: Apr 21, 2005
Posts: 9
scenario:
- geographically distributed locations that need to communicate
>>> Since J2ee JMS is distibuted Tech geographically distributed locations
is not a problem as long as these sites are connected and up.

- firewall(s) protecting each location

>> In any organization;IT systems are protected by firewall for outside comm'n;but they can readilly talk to each other using VPN

- dedicated line or internet connectivity
>> no coments
- the ability to control software deployed at all locations

>Since there are Infrastructure management toll comes in handy with Such distributed tech or plugins by third party managemebnt; it not an issue. You can developed your own management s/w using JMX.Oracle Provide Oracle Enterprise manager.

- near real-time synchronization (or slight lag) between locations is acceptable.

>>Distributed 2 Phase Conmmit Protocol will handle this issue.

Sushil Deshpande
BPEL-SOA Integration
Oracle Corporation


Thanks and Regards, <br />Sushil Deshpande<br />E-Mail: dsushil2000@yahoo.com<br />"If you don�t know the destination, then it�s just useless to read the roadmap"
 
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