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Streamlio and Industry Leaders Launch OpenMessaging

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “Streamlio today announced that it has joined with industry leaders Alibaba, Di Di, and Yahoo! to launch OpenMessaging, a standards initiative for messaging software, within the Linux Foundation. As a founding contributor, Streamlio will help drive the creation and adoption of vendor-neutral, open standards and tools for distributed messaging and ensure that these standards are fully supported within the Streamlio real-time solution, empowering the robust ecosystem of developers and users developing modern data applications.”

The release goes on, “Messaging has become a critical component of modern data-driven architectures, connecting data sources, data processing engines, and applications. However, the lack of a vendor-neutral industry standard for messaging creates complexities and incompatibilities that hamstring companies with unproductive costs, confusion, and vendor lock-in. Streamlio and the other founding contributors of OpenMessaging–representing technology providers, users, and standards organizations–have come together to address these obstacles with a commitment to delivering standards-based interoperability for messaging solutions. OpenMessaging will enable organizations to evaluate, deploy, and integrate the technologies that they need to build their data infrastructure across on-premise and cloud deployments, streaming and batch processing.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Streamlio

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