An enterprise service bus (ESB) is the cornerstone of successful integration and service-oriented architecture (SOA) programs. Teams use an ESB to eliminate service-oriented anti-patterns, and extend the reach of legacy systems. Picking an ESB is not easy, as most ESBs appear to have similar features. How do you select an ESB that fit your use cases, requirements, and goals?
In this session, Chris will describe a comprehensive and detailed evaluation framework that ensures your chosen ESB will meet your needs today and in the future. You will learn:
- Evaluation criteria demonstrating vendor product feature similarities and differences
- Requirements matrix items across architectural, policy, governance, run-time deployment, and quality of service
- Common integration use cases and SOA use cases that break anti-patterns and help you achieve SOA success
Vice President - Platform Evangelism, WSO2
Chris is responsible for raising visibility, awareness, and knowledge of the unique advantages provided by WSO2’s lean, fully componentized, open source middleware for on-premise and in the cloud. He works closely with developers, architects, and C-level executives to increase WSO2 technology adoption, improve the middleware platform, and maximize customer value. He also works with the engineering team to define the product roadmaps for WSO2’s Carbon and Stratos platforms.