Advanced Message Queueing Protocol is a wire-level binary protocol that allows any AMQP client to communicate with any other AMQP server, regardless of programming languages or platforms.
Although AMQP may not be suitable for sensor devices with limited memory, power or network bandwidth, it’s the only protocol viable for end-to-end use for select IoT use cases.
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For example, in Industrial IoT, such as factory machinery or SCADA systems where the device and its network are substantially capable.
It is worth noting that one of the most popular APIs used with AMQP is JMS. This means that if you currently rely on tools that provide JMS integration at the API level, by choosing an AMQP protocol/broker accessible via JMS, you can migrate towards AMQP without recoding applications. I’ll write more about this important concept in the future – stay tuned.