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7-RestMS - RESTful Messaging Service

by pieterhpieterh 20 Jan 2009 15:12

This document describes RestMS, a RESTful Messaging Service that exposes AMQP networks as a set of resources clearly identified by URIs and each supporting the appropriate HTTP methods. RestMS is designed to interoperate with AMQP/0.9.1 and future versions of AMQP.

8-Digest-AMQP

by pieterhpieterh 09 Jan 2009 15:06

This document describes Digest-AMQP, a specification for exchanging Digest authentication data between a front-end requesting application and a back-end credentials service over an AMQP network. Note: this document needs to be updated to take into account changes in RestMS draft/2.

6-DMP - Direct Message Protocol

by pieterhpieterh 16 Dec 2008 10:51

This document describes an AMQP extension protocol that improves the performance of message transfer in common high-volume scenarios.

5-BRF - Benchmark report format

by pieterhpieterh 11 Sep 2008 18:47

This document describes a format for systematic reporting of benchmarks. The goal of this format is to make it possible for third parties to independently reproduce benchmarks.

4-DMP - Direct Message Protocol

by pieterhpieterh 31 Aug 2008 17:55

This document describes an AMQP extension protocol that improves the performance of message transfer in common high-volume scenarios.

3-CML - Console Markup Language

by pieterhpieterh 31 Aug 2008 12:50

This document describes a way of managing AMQP servers from a remote client application, using a transport mechanism built over AMQP, and an XML language used to exchange information between a management component built-in to the server, and a management application.

2-GEM - Generic Enterprise Messaging Framework

by pieterhpieterh 31 Aug 2008 11:44

This document describes the Generic Enterprise Messaging (GEM) framework for building messaging middleware stacks. GEM is a framework of protocols, an abstracted stack. It is designed to solve a broad range of problems encountered while building AMQP and related technologies.

1-COSS - Consensus Oriented Specification System

by pieterhpieterh 31 Aug 2008 11:07

This document describes a consensus-oriented specification system (COSS) for building interoperable technical specifications. COSS is based on a lightweight editorial process that seeks to engage the widest possible range of interested parties and move rapidly to consensus through working code.