How important are enterprise service buses (ESBs) to service-oriented architecture (SOA) and the enterprise? Will new efforts to understand ESBs pay off in the long-term? This e-book provides valuable insight on the role of ESBs in application integration and the modern enterprise.
Companies worldwide are actively implementing service-oriented architectures (SOA), both in intranet and extranet environments. While SOA offers many advantages over current alternatives, deploying networks of web services still presents key challenges...this paper showcases how Oracle's Web Services Manager (WSM) addresses these challenges.
An enterprise service bus (ESB) increases the flexibility provided by a service oriented architecture (SOA) by decoupling a service requester from a service provider. Read this white paper to learn how these capabilities can be used by banks to simplify integration of banking services, lower costs and speed up time to market.
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.
Enterprises that convert their mission-critical mainframe applications into Web services can reduce maintenance costs and ensure an easier upgrade to other new technologies. Read this e-book to learn so much more.
In this E-Guide, readers will hear from experts in the space (including well-known David Linthicum) on putting SOA infrastructure and governance in place to significantly simplify the challenges associated with keeping IT flexible.
ActiveMQ is the most popular messaging platform in use today. This webinar will explain some reoccurring messaging patterns that are used for application integration - and then see how they have been applied in large enterprise deployments with ActiveMQ.
Posted: 10 Feb 2011 | Premiered: Mar 1, 2011, 11:00 EST (16:00 GMT)