The enterprise service bus (ESB) and what it does are still points of confusion and contention. Read this expert e-guide to find out why an ESB is indispensable to any application integration project. Also, find out how open source ESB options are changing the market and why this will matter to buyers.
oth Red Hat and MuleSoft offer an enterprise service bus (ESB) that promises to help you develop and deploy middleware integration solutions -- but which one comes out on top? In this competitive brief, take a look at how JBoss Fuse compares to the Mule ESB Enterprise.
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.
View this expert e-guide to read part one of a two-part SearchSOA.com Q&A with prominent service-oriented architecture (SOA) thought leader Maja Tibbling on the top concerns today's organizations face when it comes to application integration.
The move toward cloud computing affects all software application deployment in the future. This paper addresses the software infrastructure requirements for SOA-enabled systems to leverage Cloud Computing for the deployment of the next generation of business applications.
Over the course of 2010 and 2011, Forrester Research spoke to hundreds of customers about their enterprise service bus (ESB) activities, and conducted briefings and demonstration reviews as well as over twenty customer interviews to evaluate five commercial and four open source ESB product vendors. Access this paper to examine Forrester's findings.
In this interview, Gartner Group VP Daryl Plummer examines how SOA enables IT to be more flexible in aligning itself with various organizational business goals and he addresses the impact of SOA flexibility on the entire organization.
The SearchSOA.com E-Guide: Data Integration provides an expert overview of the role of data integration in SOA development. It discusses the prominent function of data services platforms (DSPs) in an SOA initiative and offers insight into the seven levels of loose coupling that architects should consider when developing this infrastructure.
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