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.
The collaboration client that was previously named BlackBerry® Instant Messaging for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger is now named the BlackBerry® Client for Novell® GroupWise® Messenger.
Legacy messaging technologies lack the performance and flexibility necessary to support today’s computing environments. Attend this webinar to learn how Informatica’s Ultra Messaging technology can help realize up to 10x performance improvements over legacy messaging solutions while dramatically reducing costs and improving deployment flexibility.
Read this expert e-guide to learn how enterprise IT's shift to the cloud is shaping the market for integration technologies, and discover how open source integration and messaging middleware provider Red Hat's recent acquisition of FuseSource will affect its position in this market.
New banking regulations required Fortis to more efficiently process credit applications. To achieve this, Fortis needed real-time access to external information resources, as well as seamless integration among branch offices.
This paper presents a performance analysis of publish/subscribe messaging. The analysis provides a head-to-head comparison of competitive products designed to illustrate relative performance characteristics for several messaging scenarios.
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.
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