my-Channels – Moving into Low Latency Mesaging


So my-Channels, not content to deliver “real-time streaming across Enterprise, Web and Mobile”, and also now pushing into the low-latency enterprise space. Should we expect the same move from PUSH Technologies and Lightstreamer? Should Informatica Ultra Messaging (29West) and Solace Systems be worried? Is this a direct result of Solace System moving into the Real-time Internet Data Streaming space?

~ by mdavey on March 28, 2012.

One Response to “my-Channels – Moving into Low Latency Mesaging”

  1. Hi Matt,

    We’re entirely customer driven at Push Technologies but it should be no real surprise that edge facing streaming technologies are pushing into the enterprise space. After all most of the streams are either streaming from or to the enterprise and the volume and variety of bi-directional communications are increasing at a steady pace. So more enterprise hygiene factors need to be considered, naturally enough.

    Edge oriented streaming technologies have many advantages over traditional enterprise messaging for certain use cases and workloads. The corollary holds true too for others.

    Should Informatica/29West, Solace etc.. be worried? I guess that depends on what you mean by ‘low latency’ doesn’t it. I know HFT trading environments and web scale operations do not measure latency by the same ruler.

    Cheers,

    Darach.

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