.NET Messaging with JMS
A customer had standardized on a J2EE-based back-office infrastructure that heavily relied on JMS to provide an enterprise message backbone.
The problem was that they had also standardized on Windows and .NET to provide high-quality, native GUI applications on their desktops.
After carefully evaluating all possible integration solutions they picked JMS Courier to provide an easy-to-use and inexpensive JMS gateway for their desktop applications. The first .NET application was integrated into the JMS back-bone within the first week of the trial and the remaining applications quickly followed.
The ease and low cost of integration allowed the customer to maintain both preferences for front- and back-end systems without having to compromise.