Advanced Message Queuing Protocol


Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) is an ISO 19464 and OASIS standard Protocol for passing business messages between applications or organizations.

Advanced Message Queuing Protocol allows for typed data to be annotated, and this, combined with its "self-describing" encoding system, allows for greater understanding and compatibility between a wide variety of clients and users.

AMQP considers each basic data function to be a "frame" and considers it part of nine AMQP frame bodies (open, begin, attach, transfer, flow, disposition, detach, end, and close).

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