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News: Apache Synapse ESB and WSO2 ESB Community site launched

  1. WSO2 announced the launch of the Apache Synapse and the WSO2 ESB user community site - http://esbsite.org! Apache Synapse ESB is the lightweight and extremely fast free and open source ESB from the Apache Software Foundation. With a download of less than 40MB it ships with over 50 samples to get you started easily. WSO2 ESB provides a great graphical UI to manage the Apache Synapse ESB and itself is a free and open source project. It also features a strong integration with a Registry/Repository Apache Synapse / WSO2 ESB has been proven to surpass the leading commercial ESB's as well as other open source alternatives such as Mule and ServiceMix in performance and ease of use (http://wso2.org/library/1721 & http://wso2.org/library/2259) You can find more information about these from: http://wso2.org/esb and http://synapse.apache.org ================================================================================================== WSO2 announced the launch of the Apache Synapse and the WSO2 ESB user community site - http://esbsite.org! We hope that this will help us build a vibrant community around our users and developers, and help our community to share their experiences, extensions, articles, case studies, screen casts, patches and many more artifacts and resources related to these open source ESB's. You can sign up as a member, and begin to upload your custom extensions, or article and code snippets etc, and rate content uploaded by fellow users. In the future, the Synpase developer community would also publish some of the extensions over the community site, which will allow users to update their installations with new functionality. The community site will also feature patches for released versions of the ESB's as well as link to articles and screen casts and FAQ's of interest. The community site currently features: Mediators * EJB Callout Mediator * URLRewrite Mediator * Java Rule (JSR-94) Mediator * Smooks Transform Mediator * IM Mediator Article and Screencast summaries * Apache Synapse / WSO2 ESB Performance against Mule and Service Mix [Article] * Apache Synapse / WSO2 ESB Performance against the leading commercial ESB [Article] * HMO Case Study using the WSO2 ESB [Case study] * Exposing EJB and WS Repositories using Service Aggregation, Utilizing WSO2's Open Source ESB [Case study] * Stepping into Apache Synapse [Article] * Bridging from HTTP and WS-Security to JMS with the WSO2 ESB [Screencast] * Simple Proxy Services with the WSO2 ESB [Screencast] Sample XSLTs * Identity transformation with a namespace change Sample XPaths * Selecting over both SOAP 1.1 and 1.2 Sample Configurations * Using Clone and Aggregate mediators and using XSLT's for selecting the highest quote FAQ for Apache Synapse and WSO2 ESB Patches Patches for Apache Synapse and WSO2 ESB

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  2. Bad link[ Go to top ]

    There's a bad link in this post. What's with this, anyway?
  3. Re: Bad link[ Go to top ]

    Thanks Edward! and apologies.. the correct link is http://esbsite.org
  4. Apache Synapse / WSO2 ESB has been proven to surpass the leading commercial ESB's as well as other open source alternatives such as Mule and ServiceMix
    Anyone know how, for example, it's been proven to surpass BEAs ALSB 2.6 offering ? (other than cost obviously). Thanks,
  5. Paul, You could compare the two yourself for a set of typical scenarios relevant to you, and I would be able to help you on this. The links http://wso2.org/library/1721 & http://wso2.org/library/2259 details out some of the performance comparisons we have carried out. You could contact WSO2 directly for more details, which I cannot post here asankha
  6. JBI ? SCA?[ Go to top ]

    Are these ESB products supporting JBI or SCA ? These tools are using standards implementations for endpoint binding. Not sure that the community would like another yet non standard based ESB (message routing, etc).
  7. Re: JBI ? SCA?[ Go to top ]

    Are these ESB products supporting JBI or SCA ?
    Neither,.. These ESB's treat the messages as a SOAP "infoset" - NOTE: Not an XML serialization with angle brackets! - thus these can support SOAP/XML data types very efficiently, while also fully supporting plain text and binary (including MTOM/SwA) without additional overhead.
  8. TCP connectors[ Go to top ]

    Hi, Is it possible to make inbound TCP connectors for WSO2ESB? How could this be handled in the contect of WSO2ESB? Or would it be advisable to first make a TCP proxy using MINA, which then delagates to WSO2ESB using SOAP? Brgrds, Sanne
  9. Re: TCP connectors[ Go to top ]

    Hi Sanne I guess the question is exactly how you would want to use raw TCP as a transport, as there is no clear spec as far as I know. So building an interoperable TCP transport would depend on parties involved in the communication. Axis2 has a TCP transport, which the WSO2 ESB can make use of - but I am not sure how compatible that would be with what you need. Could you post this question on the WSO2 ESB and/or Apache Synapse ESB mailing lists, and we could understand your requirements better and help you asankha
  10. Re: TCP connectors[ Go to top ]

    Hi asankha, Thanks for your reply, will do. Sanne