JORAM is a production ready distributed MOM (Message Oriented Middleware) already used within many critical operational applications, it provides a fully JMS 2.0 compliant API. JORAM is developed on Linux and Windows, as the server and the client components are entirely written in Java, they are platform-neutral.
JORAM greatly benefits from the new generation Message Oriented Middleware from ScalAgent D.T., an agent-based truly distributed architecture. The underlying innovative architecture allows distributed applications to be connected on a large-scale basis through Internet, enables load balancing and guarantees high availability and flexibility.
The main characteristic of JORAM is its distributed configurable architecture. Basically JORAM has adopted a snowflake architecture:
The geographical implantation of the servers as well as the distribution of the clients on the various servers are under the responsibility of the architect. This choice is a first level of configuration. A second level refers to the placement of communication objects (Queues and Topics). Note that these parameters have a deep impact on performance figures and scalability issues.
Joram is now designed with an OSGi™ based services architecture to provide a dynamically adaptable messaging server: