Microsoft Message Queue Server


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Microsoft Message Queue Server

Messaging middleware for Windows NT from Microsoft. Code-named Falcon, and abbreviated MSMQ, it allows programs to send messages to other programs. It can be used to queue up transactions in a transaction processing system, for example. MSMQ is optionally used with Microsoft Transaction Server, Microsoft's COM-based TP monitor. See messaging middleware and Microsoft Transaction Server.
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Level 8's flagship product, FalconMQ, is the recommended product by Microsoft for extending Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) to non-Windows platforms.
Widely recognized as experts in transactional messaging and distributed objects, Level 8 has worked with IBM as the first Premier Partner for support of MQSeries and Microsoft to develop messaging gateways between Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) and non-Microsoft enterprise environments.
The highlight of the announcement is FalconMQ, a family of products developed by Level 8 that extends the functionality of Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) also known by its code name "Falcon," to non-Windows platforms such as UNIX, VMS, AS/400 and IBM mainframes.
The FalconMQ product family will significantly broaden the impact that Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) can have in the industry," notes Peter Houston, product manager for MSMQ at Microsoft.
The company's solutions take advantage of the Microsoft Component Object Model (COM), the Microsoft Windows NT(R) operating system with Internet Information Server and its related application and communications services (Microsoft Transaction Server, Microsoft Message Queue Server, Internet Connection Services for Microsoft RAS), Microsoft SQL Server(TM) and Active Server Pages.
0 supports larger volumes of memory; eight-way SMP; and Microsoft Message Queue Server.
More importantly for enterprise users, an enhanced version of Microsoft Message Queue Server allows Windows NT Server Enterprise Edition 4.
the leading provider of application integration for the Realtime Enterprise, today announced its "pre-packaged" software Connector for Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ).
NASDAQ:BOOL), announced today that it is extending its leadership position in the message-oriented middleware market with the introduction of new capabilities in Command MQ that support Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) -- formerly code-named Falcon -- designed to provide the smooth exchange of information in distributed Windows NT operating environments.
Reliable integration with the IBM MQSeries using Microsoft Message Queue Server and the Level 8 Bridge
Level 8 was also selected by Microsoft to develop messaging gateways that facilitate communication between computers running Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) and non-Microsoft enterprise environments.

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