Aurea Sonic MQ vs Iron.io

Aurea Sonic MQ is ranked 5th in Message Queue with 2 reviews vs Iron.io which is ranked 9th in Message Queue with 0 reviews. The top reviewer of Aurea Sonic MQ writes "User-friendly tool which allows for a seamless approach to performing hotfixes". Aurea Sonic MQ is most compared with IBM MQ, Avada Software Infrared360 and RabbitMQ. Iron.io is most compared with Anypoint MQ, IBM MQ and Oracle Tuxedo Message Queue.
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Overview

SonicMQ is a message-oriented middleware (MOM) system that allows diverse applications to communicate through Java Message Service (JMS) messages in a distributed enterprise system. JMS is an industry-standard messaging API, a standard that defines a full set of messaging capability. The SonicMQ JMS implementation offers exceptional reliability, performance, scalability, availability, and security, as well as powerful XML-processing capabilities.
SonicMQ provides full support for JMS Unified Domains, as well as the other standard JMS messaging domains, Point-to-Point (PTP) and Publish-and-Subscribe (Pub/Sub). It guarantees message delivery under all conditions. The loosely coupled, asynchronous data exchange mechanism allows for maximum reliability and flexibility.
The SonicMQ architecture relies on message brokers, each of which manages communications and security for one or more local client applications. Brokers can be located anywhere, according to geographical considerations and business needs. The use of broker clusters can provide load balancing and fault tolerance.
In addition to supporting standard JMS messaging, SonicMQ serves as the foundation for the powerful Sonic ESB application integration framework.

IronMQ is an elastic message queue created specifically with the cloud in mind. It’s easy to use, runs on industrial-strength cloud infrastructure, and offers developers ready-to-use messaging with highly reliable delivery options and cloud-optimized performance.

Sample Customers
Sample CustomersAir France-KLM, Proximus, Barratt Developments, Freedom MortgageZenefits, Google, Turner, Whole Foods Market, Thrillist, Harry's, Untappd, Twitter, Consyl, Edeva, Hotel Tonight
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