A Buyers Guide to an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) - Thursday, December 1st 2011

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  • By Dasunpriya Anuradha Mallikarachchi
  • 18 Oct, 2011

When it comes to application integration, the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is the unanimous answer. Its solution architecture exploits web services,messaging middle-ware, intelligent routing, and transformation. Given the breadth of its functionality, the decision of whether or not your organization will implement an ESB and if yes which one should you choose is critical.

Kasun IndrasiriThis session will provide an overview of the key factors that need to taken into consideration some of which include -

  1. The correct technology stage at which you should look at the option of using an ESB
  2. Required adaptation of existing architecture
  3. The surrounding community

It will also cover the key technical aspects such as EIP support, business adapters, performance, tooling and monitoring and delve into how the WSO2 ESB is capable of meeting these requirements and thus becomes a prime candidate for Enterprise Integration.

Kasun, Associate Technical Lead and a member of the WSO2 ESB Team has been involved in various onsite and offshore application integration assignments involving the WSO2 ESB. He is a committer of Apache Synapse which is the core of the WSO2 ESB and is involved in the design and development of various components in WSO2 platform.

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