OASIS Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) TC
Defining a ubiquitous, secure, reliable and open internet protocol for handling business messaging.
Table of Contents
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- Expository Work Produced by the Committee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Press and Commentary
AMQP was named as a 2014 Open Standards Cup Finalist in the Outstanding Accomplished Technical Committee category. Congratulations!
Participation in the OASIS AMQP TC is open to all interested parties. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The OASIS AMQP TC advances a vendor-neutral and platform-agnostic protocol that offers organizations an easier, more secure approach to passing real-time data streams and business transactions. The goal of AMQP is to ensure information is safely and efficiently transported between applications, among organizations, across distributed cloud computing environments, and within mobile infrastructures. AMQP avoids proprietary technologies, offering the potential to lower the cost of enterprise middleware software integrations through open interoperability. By enabling a commoditized, multi-vendor ecosystem, AMQP seeks to create opportunities for transforming the way business is done in the Cloud and over the Internet.
Officers for the OASIS AMQP TC are as follows.
- Chairs: Rob Godfrey (JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.), Ram Jeyaraman (Microsoft)
- Editors: TBD
- Secretary: Raphael Cohn (Individual)
There are no approved expository work products for this TC.
Although not produced by the OASIS AMQP TC, the following information offers useful insights into its work:
- AMQP 1.0 Specifications and Interoperability Profiles
- Video: What Is AMQP in 3 Minutes
- Financial Services and AMQP
- Webinar Panel Discussion with AMQP: 11 July 2011
- ISO and IEC Approve OASIS AMQP Advanced Message Queuing Protocol; 1 May 2014
- interoperate weekly curated newsletter covering IoT and M2M standards
- "AMQP: The new king of middleware messaging", SD Times, 26 Nov 2012
Providing Feedback: OASIS welcomes feedback on its technical activities from potential users, developers, and others to better assure the interoperability and quality of OASIS work.