The Solace VMRs and 3530 / 3560 hardware appliances support AMQP 1.0 as a component in Solace's multi-protocol, any-to-any messaging solution based on open source and open standards.
Here you'll find links to several tutorials to get you started developing AMQP applications . They cover common messaging functions such as Publish / Subscribe and Request / Reply.
If you're not quite ready to start messaging and you'd like to learn a bit more about Solace's AMQP, and why AMQP might be a good messaging choice for your use-cases, take a look at Using AMQP 1.0.
If you'd like to try Solace's AMQP on a VMR, but don't have access to a Solace VMR, you'll need to go through a Setting Up VMRs tutorial to get one downloaded and installed.
Tutorials are provided on the Solace Developer portal to introduce you to the fundamentals of using AMQP 1.0 to develop applications using the Solace Messaging platform. They cover common messaging requirements such as pub/sub, message persistence, request/reply, and more.