A study on comparison between common object request broker arcmtecture (CORBA) and XYBASE message broker (XMB) / Inna Mohd Izman

Mohd Izman, Inna (2003) A study on comparison between common object request broker arcmtecture (CORBA) and XYBASE message broker (XMB) / Inna Mohd Izman. Degree thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA.

Abstract

This paper presents a study on comparisons between Common Object Request
Broker Architecture (CORBA) and XYBASE Message Broker (XMB). This study will be
comparing from the services area, whereby it will highlight on messaging services. In
addition it will also touch on the advantages and disadvantages of each of the
middleware. Messaging services has been select to be highlight due to the significance of
sharing information in every scenario. Besides that, messaging solution is important in
order for the businesses to address their unique set of systems, business requirements and
also their information technology (IT) resources. This study is to provide a guideline in
choosing a better middleware especially for enterprises. In the fourth chapters, it provides
information on research methodology, whereby it will describe on the data collection
method. The method is used to gather all the related information about the research. The
findings include from the Internet, library research, and interviews. While the finding
chapters, presents the summary of the comparison that has undergone. In conclusion, it
will come up with a summarization on the comparisons and guideline. Hope that with the
guideline that been produced in the end of the study; will help the enterprises in choosing
middleware.

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Item Type: Thesis (Degree)
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Mohd Izman, Inna
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Keywords: Common Object Request Broker Architecture (COBRA), XYBASE Message Broker (XMB)
Date: 2003
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/1494
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