- Assembling services and porting them across containers using JBI
- Exposing EJB as a WSDL-compliant service across firewalls
- Binding remote services to ESB to be consumed internally
- Exposing local components in ESB like POJO as externally accessible WSDL-compliant services
- Providing a web service gateway for external consumers
- Accessing web services over a reliable transport channel like JMS
- Implementing web service versioning using ESB
- Implementing service aggregation at ESB
- Transactions, Security, Clustering, and JMX in ESB
Service Oriented Java Business Integration, the new book from Packt Publishing covers a detailed study of the assembly of Service-Oriented Integration (SOI) frameworks following the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) pattern. This book covers the following aspects:
- Posted by: Kushal Sharma
- Posted on: August 28 2008 13:09 EDT
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- Packt books by Tcl Warrior on September 02 2008 03:17 EDT
Hmm, promo messages for 3 Packt books in last week or so - looks like marketing guys are hard at work in TSS.
Hmm, promo messages for 3 Packt books in last week or so - looks like marketing guys are hard at work in TSS.Nah, the Packt people have always sent in a lot of book announcements like this. You just didn't see 'em.
Last week of August . . . it's a slow week for news.
Have any of you ever had a good experience reading a Packt book? I totally respect them for being open-source oriented, but most of their books seems to be very thin tutorials on the subject.