Sun GlassFish ESB, The Lightweight Enterprise Service Bus
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Service-oriented architecture (SOA) has evolved from this requirement to facilitate application, services, and data reuse by making them interoperable and widely available. An enterprise service bus (ESB) forms the backbone of SOA deployments and is the efficient successor to point-to-point architectures. Selecting the ESB for a SOA project is an important part of the planning stage. With an increased shift toward lean and agile software development, businesses are looking for improved time to market and efficiency at reduced costs. This implies using solutions that closely tie in to project-specific requirements, trim the complexity in the development process, enhance productivity, and include reliable support, all at an affordable price.

Sun GlassFish ESB has been designed to catalyze a lightweight business integration deployment project. It offers a "fit-to-purpose" mix of features, functionality, extensibility, and support at the best cost possible, with minimal overheads for development

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