Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)
Definition - What does Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) mean?
Message oriented middleware (MOM) is a type of software product that enables message distribution over complex IT systems. In general, middleware serves as a connector for two different applications or platforms. MOM specifically implements the delivery of messages across different IT terrains.
Techopedia explains Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)
While MOM and other types of middleware are useful in many different industries, they are sometimes associated with finance, where improving messaging can impact an institution's overall capability and profit.
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