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  • MuleSoft Releases Tomcat-based Tcat Server and iBeans Integration Framework

    Tcat Server, an Apache Tomcat-based application server created by MuleSoft (formerly MuleSource), was released today. InfoQ took the opportunity to talk with Mahau Ma, Greg Schott and Ross Mason of MuleSoft to learn more about Tcat Server and another new integration framework called iBeans.

  • NServiceBus Version 1.9 Released

    The NServiceBus, previously covered by InfoQ in an interview with Udi Dahan (the creator of NServiceBus), is just released in version 1.9. The new version includes a decreased footprint on dependency injection frameworks like Spring.NET and the amount of assemblies referenced is reduced to only one.

  • A Model For A Federated Service Bus Infrastructure

    Jack Van Hoof presents a prescriptive guidance on how to model a federated service bus infrastructure such that it affords the various parts on the enterprise interacting with it, the desired levels of autonomy.

  • MIX 09: Clemens Vasters on Azure Service Bus

    Clemens demonstrated the capabilities and the programming model of the Azure Service Bus. The ASB offers secure and reliable functionality for connecting business partners, services and composite applications across the Internet.

  • Pragmatic SOA Governance

    In an article on SOA Governance, Ross Mason, CTO and Co-Founder, MuleSource, says that in today's world, the traditional top-down philosophy for SOA is outmoded and outdated and urges for a more practical real-world approach to governance and SOA in general.

  • SOA & The Tarpit of Irrelevancy

    A new three-part post by Neil Ford discusses both the rationale behind SOA implementations and the role large vendors play in distracting them.

  • Fremantle and Weerawarana on WSO2's New OSGi-based SOA Platform

    WSO2, the company behind many of the Apache foundation's Web services projects, has released new versions of most of its software, now running on an OSGi-based platform called "Carbon". InfoQ spoke to WSO2 co-founders Paul Fremantle and Sanjiva Weerawarana.

  • Article: Mainframe Integration with JBoss ESB and LegStar

    In a new article, Fady Moussallam & Mark Little describe how to use the open source JBossESB to integrate legacy COBOL CICS applications without necessarily having to rely on XML and Web Services stacks.

  • An ESB Vendors Evaluation by Forrester Research

    Forrester Research has just released a new 171-criteria evaluation of enterprise service bus (ESB) vendors, which finds that Progress Software, Oracle, Software AG, IBM, and TIBCO Software have the most-focused ESB and service-oriented-architecture- (SOA-) related strategies, the most-mature tooling, and the greatest flexibility in deployment and configuration.

  • Interview: Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirksen on Open Source ESB

    InfoQ has published a sample chapter from the book “Open Source ESBs In Action”, authored by Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirksen, and took the opportunity to interview the authors about their experience in using open source ESBs in real-world projects.

  • Article: Distributed JBI

    Officially, the JBI (Java Business Integration) standard is limited to a single Java Virtual Machine (JVM) instance. In a new article, Sun's Derek Frankforth describes and contrasts the strengths and weaknesses two different styles of setting up a distributed JBI topology using OpenESB, and shows how they complement each other in the end.

  • Optaros and MuleSource Help Nespresso With Next-Generation SOA Solution

    Nestlés Nespresso SA division, which is headquartered in Paudex, Switzerland, recently announced the successful completion the first phase of their SOA initiative 'NesOA' in just six months! Optaros and MuleSource helped define and implement a new middleware architecture called Nespresso Open Architecture, or NesOA.

  • Article: Getting Started With Spring Integration

    In this article, Joshua Long introduces the readers to Spring Integration, an extension of the Spring framework supporting the Enterprise Integration Patterns. After a short introduction into Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), the article presents an example of the integration between an email application and a blogger one.

  • Article: Application Integration Through Mail Servers

    In this article, a book excerpt from Open Source ESB in Action, Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirksen present a way of integrating applications through mail servers when speed and performance are not paramount. The article shows how to use SMTP and POP3 protocols from Mule and ServiceMix to communicate back and forth with Apache James, an open source mail server.

  • Article: Structured Event Streaming with Smooks

    The Smooks project has been used in several ESBs for transformation techniques since the first adoption by JBossESB. However, in this article Tom Fennelly discusses how it can be used for much more than that.

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