In this presentation, recorded at QCon San Francisco, ThoughtWorks' Ian Robinson explains how a RESTful HTTP approach, using many advanced Web concepts, can be applied in an Enterprise project.
Ian Robinson is a Principal Consultant with ThoughtWorks, where he specializes in the design and delivery of service-oriented and distributed systems. He has published numerous articles on business-oriented development methodologies and distributed systems design, most recently in The ThoughtWorks Anthologyand on InfoQ. He is currently co-authoring a book on Web-friendly enterprise integration.
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No subscriber list for the "polling" solution is not completely accurate.
This does not in any way take away from the greater point the presenter makes which is that the "consumer poll" approach is fundamentally different from the "enterprise service bus" approach, and in many cases represents a simple, efficient, and cost effective alternative.
At Lucid, we have created an open source processing framework call Hannibal that promotes many of the values addressed in this presentation. If you are interested feel free to download it here:
Re: No subscriber list for the
Maybe you can also delegate security stuff also to other components:
- putting applications in a secured area, so they can trust each other through anonymous calls;
- or connecting applications to a common security system managing application identities and roles, and simply requiring a given role at the publisher level.