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MessageSight as Server

Designed to be able to sit at the edge of the internet, IBM MessageSight can extend an existing infrastructure, to fulfill new use cases that connect users, devices, or objects by using mobile or the Internet of Things. MessageSight can also be used as a stand-alone server for next generation applications. It is scalable to deliver large amounts of data to analytics engines and other types of big data application. The MessageSight form factor and security features, such as authentication, authorization, and SSL/TLS protocols provide a secure point of entry into your enterprise. IBM MessageSight supports emerging, as well as established, messaging and communication standards, including JMS, WebSockets, and MQTT (an open source lightweight protocol). IBM MessageSight can be used to extend an existing WebSphere MQ infrastructure through the MQ Connectivity feature. Client applications can be written in Java, C, and JavaScript for a number of platforms, including iOS and Android. IBM MessageSight is designed to be easy to deploy and has a web-based administration user interface, and a command-line interface. The figure below presents a typical deployment of MessageSight applications.