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The AMQP protocol is a messaging protocol that exists in 2 versions. The older AMQP 0.9.1 and 1.0. Both are incompatible. Because only RabbitMQ is still using 0.9.1, it can be seen as a private protocol of RabbitMQ. The more complex AMQP 1.0 is an ISO standard but not as widely adopted as 0.9.1. Both protocols can be easily integrated into Flow Director and with any other messaging system..Try Flow Director
This example shows how to send messages to any AMQP broker. The left part defines an input on a queue where messages are received and forwarded to another queue called AMQPOutbound. The input can be a wiretap so that we only receive copies but the original messages remain in that queue. The right part defines a connection to the local SwiftMQ router and an input on this AMQPOutbound queue. Messages received from here are automatically converted to AMQP messages and can be sent to any AMQP broker on any target address.