The next generation of message-oriented middleware platforms have arrived, enabling distributed messaging in multi-cloud. But which platform is the right one for your business needs?


Do you want to harness the power of a next-generation middleware messaging system, but not sure which one is right for you? With so many solutions on the market, and new systems being released often, it can be a minefield of choice.


Our Solution Overview provides our details analysis and recommendations on which system to use for traditional applications, event streaming, real-time data, web-sockets and web/mobile applications. We analyse systems suitable for medium throughput all the way to extremely high throughput and ultra low-latency systems.

We cover a wide spectrum of features including:

  • Architecture options including high availability, scalability and global distribution capability
  • Throughput and latency capabilities
  • Open source / enterprise support options
  • Cloud offerings
  • Use cases supported by each system


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To read the full report, download our Solution Overview today!


Learn More

Sandhata has more than 15 years’ experience delivering complex Integration solutions in the financial services and telecoms sectors. We offer:

  • Programme and Transformation management
  • Application architecture and development
  • DevOps and CICD
  • Test automation and service virtualisation
  • Infrastructure management and delivery

To find out more, take a look at our white papers, or contact us.


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Bronwyn Davies

Bronwyn Davies is a senior DevOps consultant at Sandhata Technologies. She brings more than 12 years' experience in application development to help clients achieve their DevOps ambitions. With in-depth understanding of the financial industry, she is able to draw on her experiences and knowledge to provide best practise guidance and practical tips to organisations looking to reinvent their application development processes.

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