Software AG has revealed that its latest universal messaging middleware platform, webMethods (News - Alert) Nirvana Messaging 7 is now available for commercial use. Enterprises are offered concurrent streaming of important information within the organization, online, in the cloud, on mobile phones and to the "Internet of Things" with webMethods Nirvana Messaging.
The data volumes in the current world are increasing very rapidly. Organizations can now mine and dispense key business data, in real-time with webMethods Nirvana Messaging, thereby developing a gigantic business prospect for themselves. A very important factor for ensuring success to a business will be the analysis of these huge data volumes, irrespective of the source, and sharing the results with thousands of customers. A distinct and widespread messaging capability approach will therefore be needed to complete this process in an economically viable manner and with complete scalability.
In a release, Dr. Wolfram Jost, CTO at Software AG, said, "We are the only enterprise software vendor that can fully meet diverse messaging demands from a single product, supporting the broadest range of Internet and messaging standards and protocols. This technology will play a fundamental role in customers successfully and cost effectively implementing their own Cloud, In-memory, Big Data or Mobile application strategies."
The latest release of webMethods Nirvana Messaging, version 7 offers low latency multicast functionality, shared memory support, MQTT messaging support and compatibility with the recent browser and mobile advances including HTML5 enabled transport mechanisms.
An increased number of clients and message throughput rates can be supported for inter-host communications due to the massive scalability offered by the low latency multicast functionality. This functionality also ensures that the messages are delivered with a latency of sub-50 microsecond.
Enormous throughput rates with minimum latency can be maintained by the latest shared memory communications driver for intra-host communications. The shared memory support can therefore transmit hundreds of thousands of messages every second with a latency of sub-5 microsecond.
The "Internet of Things", which comprises of connected devices and mobile applications that must preserve bandwidth and battery power but remain on at all times, can be driven by the low-bandwidth, low-power machine-2-machine or M2M communications supported by webMethods Nirvana Messaging 7.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman