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Page 217 - Message-oriented middleware (MOM), which provides program-to-program data exchange, enabling the creation of distributed applications. MOM is analogous to email in the sense that it is asynchronous and requires the recipients of messages to interpret their meaning and to take appropriate action. • Object request brokers (ORBs), which enable the objects that comprise an application to be distributed and shared across heterogeneous networks.