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ALSO CALLED: Enterprise Service Bus, Enterprise Services Bus
DEFINITION: An enterprise service bus (ESB) is a software architecture for middleware that provides fundamental services for more complex architectures. For example, an ESB incorporates the features required to implement a service-oriented architecture (SOA). In a general sense, an ESB can be thought of as a mechanism that manages access to applications and services (especially legacy versions) to present  … 
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Event Stream Processing and Event Driven Architectures
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WHITE PAPER: This white paper describes the motivation for EDA, introduces ESP, and describes how ESP technology fits within the ESB/SOA model.
Posted: 06 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Oct 2006

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The Sonic ESB: An Architecture and Lifecycle Definition
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WHITE PAPER: Enterprise service bus (ESB) is a key SOA infrastructure technology to connect, mediate and control services and their interactions. Read this detailed analysis of the architecture and lifecycle of an ESB.
Posted: 06 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Jan 2005

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Prescription for Dependability
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CASE STUDY: Learn how Rotech, a leading provider in medical equipment, improved customer care by having up-to date patience information available to its call center while complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act using Sonic ESB.
Posted: 06 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Jan 2005

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ESB DEFINITION (continued): …  a single, simple, and consistent interface to end-users via Web- or forms-based client-side front ends. In essence, ESB does for distributed heterogeneous back end services and applications and distributed heterogenous front-end users and information consumers what middleware is really supposed to do: hide complexity, simplify access, allow developers to use generic, canonical forms of query, access and interaction, handling the complex details in the background. The key to ESB's appeal, and possibly also its future success, lies in its ability to support incremental service and application integration … 
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