An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a vital part of an organization’s Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) infrastructure. The success of an SOA depends heavily on the performance of the ESB. The WSO2 ESB was built from the ground up as the high performance, lowest footprint, and most interoperable SOA and integration middleware available today. Powered by the innovative WSO2 Carbon technology, the WSO2 ESB offers a smooth start-to-finish project experience.
With the latest release of the WSO2 ESB, version 4.6 brings unprecedented performance via enhancements such as making Pass Through Transport (PTT) to be the default transport, improving the mediation engine to be content aware, focusing on XPath support for content-based routing, and a significantly improved XSLT capability called “Fast XSLT” which provides much faster streaming transformation when used with the PTT.
The recent performance study comparing WSO2 ESB 4.6 with WSO2 ESB 4.5.1, Mule 3.3.0, Talend-SE 5.1.1, and UltraESB 1.7.1, indicates that the WSO2 ESB 4.6 has significantly improved performance over previous versions and performs better than the other compared ESBs in most scenarios.
Join Dushan Abeyruwan and Kasun Indrasiri from the WSO2 ESB team on this webinar as they discuss
What is Pass Through Transport (PPT) and the main differences between PTT and NHTTP.
How PTT was enhanced to work as the default Transport layer.
What is Stream Xpath and how it affects performance.
How XPath support includes a partial compilation strategy to target specific scenarios.
What is FAST XSLT with a deep analysis on how you can easily switch FAST XSLT with conventional XSLT and under which scenarios it gives you the advantage over the conventional XSLT transformation.
How the ESB Performance round 6.5 has been organized and test results analyzed.
Senior Software Engineer
Dushan Abeyruwan joined WSO2 in November 2011. He is a senior software engineer on the integration technologies team, focusing on WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). In addition to his WSO2 product development efforts, Dushan contributes to the Apache Synapse open source ESB project.
Associate Technical Lead
Kasun Indrasiri joined WSO2 in December 2009. He is an associate technical lead and member of the integration technologies management committee, who focuses on the WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). In addition to his product development efforts, Kasun has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, helping to successfully implement solutions for integrating Web services, SAP, FIX, and mobile services.