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    Just wondering what's the de facto solution in the banking world to integrate core systems with a hub and spoke type architecture - I.e. one with a central repository to persist every transaction.

    Past offerings included Tibco and xNetik.

    Just wondering what's out there now.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnBaignantAvecPierre View Post
    Just wondering what's the de facto solution in the banking world to integrate core systems with a hub and spoke type architecture - I.e. one with a central repository to persist every transaction.

    Past offerings included Tibco and xNetik.

    Just wondering what's out there now.

    Thank you.
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    Wouldn't it depend on the purpose of the messaging system?

    Tibco always used to be the preferred messaging for fire and forget pub-sub messaging where it doesn't matter whether the message gets there or not, or if it gets there multiple times (eg a stock price ticker).

    If the message needs guaranteed once and once only delivery then Tibco loses the speed advantages that they have for fire and forget pub-sub communication and other solutions may be a better choice of technology (eg Oracle AQ).

    I'd be surprised if there is a de facto solution these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    Wouldn't it depend on the purpose of the messaging system?

    Tibco always used to be the preferred messaging for fire and forget pub-sub messaging where it doesn't matter whether the message gets there or not, or if it gets there multiple times (eg a stock price ticker).

    If the message needs guaranteed once and once only delivery then Tibco loses the speed advantages that they have for fire and forget pub-sub communication and other solutions may be a better choice of technology (eg Oracle AQ).

    I'd be surprised if there is a de facto solution these days.
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