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Demands for interoperability are getting increased since there are a lot of products available to provide the same functionality which have raised some heterogeneous issues. Various middleware technologies are often used as the communication infrastructure for distributed system to ensure the interoperability. However, different types of middleware have cause interoperability issues as well. One of the middleware architectures used for heterogeneous systems is MOM. Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) is known as common glue technology for heterogeneous, distributed and loosely coupled software system. In this paper we explore and analyze studies related to distributed communication using MOM architecture. We found that there are some weaknesses for MOM such as limited ability to link complex application, losing the trace of execution and low level of autonomous. To overcome these weaknesses, some researches have been done to extend MOM architecture. Most of these efforts are addressing one or two of the MOM limitations and not the general requirement of cross-platform communication such 24 by 7 environment, autonomous level, failure recovery and guaranteed transmission. In the end, we have proposed conceptual framework which is agent-based MOM for interoperability cross-platform communication of SOA system.