- support for general notification framework. Transports supported include JMS (JBossMQ, JBoss Messaging and MQSeries), email, database or file system.
- trailblazer example.
- many quickstart examples to get you going.
- support for data transformations using Smooks or XSLT.
- listeners and action model to support loose-coupling of interaction steps.
- content based routing using JBoss Rules or XPath.
- support for registries, using JAX-R and jUDDI out-of-the-box.
- gateways to allow non-ESB aware traffic to flow into the ESB.
- high performance and reliability (in use by a large insurance company for 3 years).
Mark Little has announced that JBossESB 4.0 is generally available, with some feature updates but with focus on the user experience. Features:
- Posted by: Joseph Ottinger
- Posted on: February 05 2007 09:11 EST
- Editing Note: JBossEJB should be JBossESB by Jim Ebert on February 05 2007 10:35 EST
- Re: JBossESB 4.0 GA released by legolas wood on February 05 2007 17:03 EST
Editing note: It shows correct in the title, but the first line (link) says EJB.
Good catch - thank you, and it's been fixed.
Good catch - thank you, and it's been fixed.Not on the front page yet.
There are several opensource ESB available in java community, but i could not find a comparsion chart for them. does any one has experiences with JbossESB and serviceMix to give some fature by feature or overall comparsion between them? thanks