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Enterprise Service Bus

August 6, 2009
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Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

n      ESB is the backbone of SOA that acts as a message broker providing a message queuing system using industry standard specifications for messaging such as SOAP, or JMS (Java Message Service).

n      Expert Sally Hudson, an IDC analyst, describes the Enterprise Service Bus as an open standards-based messaging means designed to provide interoperability between larger-grained applications and other components via simple standard adapters and interfaces

ESB Architecture:


Benefits:

n      Provides location independence

n      code reusability

n      Better adaptability

n      faster response rate to changing business requirements

n      Allows easier application development, run-time deployment and better service management

n      Loosely coupled system

n      Provides authentication and authorization .

n      Allows service consumers (ex. Web Services) to  find and connect to available Services dynamically

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