JMS is a key part of Java EE, despite its not having been updated since 2002. There is therefore no shortage of ideas for updating it, which is why in 2011 the JMS community has come together in JSR 343 to define JMS 2.0. JMS 2.0 will define new facilities to support Java EE 7 and the needs of the cloud. It will also include features to improve ease of use, updates to clarify the relationship with other Java EE specifications, a mandatory API for integration with application servers, and many other changes that that have been proposed following nearly a decade of use. Come and hear what is in the early draft of JMS 2.0, and join the subsequent discussion.