ESB products and techniques
An enterprise service bus (ESB) is a software architecture for middleware that provides fundamental services for more complex architectures. Learn about the products and techniques for ESBs. ESB does for distributed heterogeneous back end services and applications and distributed heterogeneous front-end users and information consumers what middleware is really supposed to do: hide complexity, simplify access, allow developers to use generic, canonical forms of query, access and interaction, handling the complex details in the background. Find the latest news and technology information regarding vendor specific ESB products and techniques.
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Why build a serverless architecture with microservices and containers?
22 Jun 2016
News - Many organizations are moving away from the big, monolithic server stacks and are instead building serverless architectures with Docker and microservices.
Docker microservices grab the spotlight at DockerCon 2016
21 Jun 2016
News - With a move away from SOA-based architectures, along with the container adoption trend, it's not surprising to see more and more people talking about Docker microservices.
FuseSource releases enterprise products at CamelOne 2012
15 May 2012
News - Here at CamelOne 2012, FuseSource is releasing two new products – Fuse ESB Enterprise 7.0 and Fuse MQ Enterprise 7.0.
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Modularity thrives when microservices and SOA comes together
24 Mar 2016
Feature - Many organizations think they need to make a choice between service oriented architectures and microservices. The fact is, the most modular solutions happen when microservices and SOA comes together.
How to build an application integration framework for flexibility
02 Dec 2015
Feature - Learn how MOBI Wireless created a back end infrastructure that makes it easy to implement different business workflows across service providers.
The challenge of managing distributed data can only be solved with NoSQL solutions
18 May 2015
Feature - Managing data over large geographic areas where latency and reliability problems exist is a major challenge for relational databases, but fortunately, NoSQL databases are solving the problem of managing distributed data.
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Why application integration matters
04 May 2012
Tip - Application integration may hold much more benefit than most Java development shops realize.