Messaging & Queuing Software Updated

Jiiva has released a second beta version of their messaging and queuing software, RapidMQ. RapidMQ is a framework for allowing applications to communicate, providing a more robust production and development environment. According to Jiiva:

RapidMQ is a Messaging & Queuing technology enabling applications to communicate securely and reliably, even under extraordinary conditions. Conditions such as volatile networks and incompatible software. Have you ever uttered, "If only..." or "I wish..." when thinking about your communication needs? RapidMQ answers many of those needs, allowing your software to reach farther and maintain that extra competitive edge through advanced communication technologies.

Jiiva announces a Beta 2 release of RapidMQ. Messaging & Queuing is quickly becoming the technology of choice for computer network communications. With the unreliability of the global Internet and uncertainty of end users being connected to the Internet, software programs need a technology with an inherent ability to store, forward, and listen for information. RapidMQ is the first Messaging & Queuing technology designed specifically for Mac OS X.

RapidMQ Beta 1 was received with enthusiasm and praise from developers who downloaded the beta and gave it a try. Jiiva developers have incorporated much of the received feedback into Beta 2 and look forward to continuing the positive growth of such an important product for the development community.

Downloading RapidMQ Beta 2 allows developers to learn about RapidMQis features and provide an opportunity to get a head start in making plans to incorporate RapidMQ technology into current and future software applications. RapidMQ Beta 2 contains C APIs, several server agents, an administrative application, preliminary documentation, and many example programs. Beta users are encouraged to provide feedback, helping to ensure RapidMQ Version 1.0 includes features that meet their needs.

Jiiva believes this Messaging & Queuing technology should be available and affordable to all types and levels of software developers. Jiiva will sell RapidMQ cheaper than current Messaging & Queuing products, many of which are priced between three thousand and twenty-five thousand dollars for a single server license. Although RapidMQ pricing is not available at this time, Jiiva believes lower prices will allow more software development companies to take advantage of the Messaging & Queuing technology by integrating RapidMQ into numerous software programs.

You can find more information about RapidMQ at the Jiiva Web site.

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