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IBM creates performance harness for JMS

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Bookmark and Share IBM has released a performance harness for JMS. It provides a complete set of JMS functionality as well as many other features such as throttled operation (a fixed rate and/or number of messages), multiple destinations, live performance reporting, JNDI, and multiple vendor plug-ins.

What is Performance Harness for JavaTM Message Service?

The Java Message Service API offers a vendor-neutral approach to messaging in Java and J2EE environments. Both for vendors developing JMS services and customers using those services, an understanding of the performance characteristics is one of the key features of creating the best solution possible.

Performance Harness for Java Message Service is a flexible and modular Java package for performance testing of JMS scenarios and providers. It provides a complete set of JMS functionality as well as many other features such as throttled operation (a fixed rate and/or number of messages), multiple destinations, live performance reporting, JNDI, and multiple vendor plug-ins. It is one of the many tools used by performance teams for WebSphere MQ, WebSphere Business Integration Message Broker, and WebSphere Business Integration Event Broker in order to conduct tests ranging from a single client to more than 10,000 clients.

This tool is also packaged with a plug-in for performance testing of the (non-JMS) "Java for WebSphere MQ" API.

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