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Welcome to the WSO2 Message Broker (MB) 3.0.0 documentation! Message Broker is a lightweight, easy-to-use, open source, distributed message brokering server available under the Apache Software License v2.0. Developed based on the award-winning WSO2 Carbon platform, all features of Message Broker are available as pluggable, configurable Carbon components with point-and-click installation simplicity.

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About WSO2 MB

The topics in this section introduce you to the Message Broker concepts, architecture, features, and how to get more help with the product.


Getting Started

Provides instructions for downloading and installing WSO2 Message Broker, accessing its features, and setting up databases.


User Guide

Describes how to manage queues and topics, integrate WSO2 Message Broker with other products, enable SSL support, view subscription information and more.



Provides a list of samples that demonstrate all aspects of using the Message Broker.


Administration Guide

Describes all aspects of administering the WSO2 Message Broker, including deployment, user management, performance tuning, multitenancy and more.

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