IBM WebSphere Message Broker Previous Solutions

Integration Specialist at Hudson's Bay

Previously, we were using Profusion. It was along the same lines as IBM WebSphere Message Broker. We ran into many different issues and at one time, we were running two solutions, Message Broker and an Oracle solution. Oracle has a database with different capabilities. It records every question that comes in. It was very difficult to maintain, and it just kept crashing and consumed the memory.

It has so many issues, we stopped using it and went with IBM WebSphere Message Broker.

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AbdelMonem Azaz
Integration Architect/Practice Manager at Saudi Business Machines - SBM

I am familiar with some other solutions that have a fancier toolkit and are easy to use, but with IBM, it is more stable, reliable, and trusted. At the same time, it is more expensive than other products on the market.

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Mohamed Osman
Independent Consultant - IT Technician Level 4 / Projects Technician at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

I have also used Oracle Service Bus for these types of projects, and I feel that this solution is better. It is easier to use and it has better features.

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