Differentiate between ActiveMQ and Mule

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

ActiveMQ is a messaging service that has extensive features to support both the broker and the client. While on the other hand, Mule is an ESB that has the capabilities to provide executive features to only the broker by exchanging messages among different software components.

The architecture of Mule is such that it is designed to deliver achievable programming setup for integration of applications between the database and an operating system. However, mule does not support any kind of system for native messaging, thus it is generally used alongside with ActiveMQ. In order to incorporate Mule with ActiveMQ, the user is required to introduce different and unique frameworks to define various boundaries for connectivity.

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