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Using a service makes the world more convenient for the service consumer. Consequently, an appropriate interaction pattern must exist between the service provider and service consumer. Given the analogy of the telephone network as the service infrastructure, services can be anything from hectic chatter to concise and focused conversation. They can also include some form of telephone conference, answering machine, or call redirection. In the remainder of this book, you will notice surprising similarities between the service concept and the telephone analogy.
MOM decouples the creators and consumers of messages providing concepts such as point-to-point messaging and publishsubscribe. Although the basic concepts of message queuing systems (message, queue, and topic) are relatively simple, a great deal of complexity lies in the many different ways that such a system can be configured. For example, most message queuing systems enable the interconnection of multiple physical queues into one logical queue, with one queue manager on the sender side and another on the receiver side, providing better decoupling between sender and receiver.
Email is a good example of the application of messaging concepts. The email server decouples sender and receiver, creating durable storage of email messages until the receiver is able to collect them. Email messages contain a header with information that enables the email to be routed from the sender's email server to the receiver's email server. In addition, email messages can be sent from a single sender to a single receiver (or to multiple recipients, through mailing lists for example), and one can receive email from multiple senders.
Computer models of thought and language by Roger C. Schank