Systinet connects WebSphere MQ apps to Web services

The latest release of Systinet Server eliminates the need for middleware to connect MQ applications with Web services.

Systinet Corp., announced this week the release of Systinet Server for IBM WebSphere MQ. WebSphere shops using...

Systinet Server will be able to interoperate WebSphere MQ applications with Web services without the need for proprietary middleware.

Systinet Server not only connects proprietary MQ applications to Web services, but it adds an abstraction layer that preserves an MQ investment while supporting standards including WS-ReliableMessaging, WS-Eventing, WS-Addressing, and WS-Security.

This version also includes a content-based routing Web service that creates routing scenarios based on message content.

A free download of Systinet Server for IBM Websphere MQ is available. Typical configuration pricing starts at $35,000.

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