Mule Creator Ross Mason discusses Mule's evolution over the years and what's new in Mule 3, as well as a new architectural pattern of using ESB's in the cloud. JSON as a data interchange format is discussed, as well as ESB's as a backend for mobile devices.
InfoQ talks to Mark Fisher, project lead for the Spring Integration project, about the framework. The interview talks about the origins of the framework, how it compares to using an ESB, and using Spring Integration with Spring Batch.
In this interview from QCon San Francisco 2008, Ross Mason discusses Mule, the role of an ESB, Enterprise Edition versus Community Edition, monitoring and MuleHQ, REST support, cloud-based deployments, Galaxy, governance, Mule integrations, community interaction via MuleForge, and the impact of the current recession upon open source software.
In this interview, Paul Fremantle, WSO2 co-founder co-chair of the OASIS committee that standardized WS-Reliable Messaging, talks to Stefan Tilkov about the state and relative importance of web services standards, the role of open source software for SOA, his views on the eternal REST debate, and WSO2's business model.
Mule founder Ross Mason talks about the the role of the ESB, when to use and not to use ESBs, BPEL, and ESBs vs. integration brokers. Mule is an open source ESB and Ross discusses how people are using Mule and how it compares to commercial alternatives. Ross reveals that Mule got its name because it takes the donkey work out of integration projects.
In this interview Stefan Tilkov, innoQ SOA consultant and InfoQ SOA Community editor, talks about his views about SOA. Topics covered include the definition and role of SOA in general, different styles of implementing it, its applications in the real world, and the role of ESBs.