- eBook:Open-Source ESBs in Action: Example Implementations in Mule and ServiceMix
- Author:Tijs Rademakers, Jos Dirksen
- Edition:1 edition
- Data:November 7, 2008
- Pages:528 pages
Open Source ESBs in Action shows you how to implement and use two open source ESB implementations: Mule and ServiceMix. The authors introduce you to these freely-available ESB tools and present practical examples of how to use them in real-world scenarios. You will learn how the various features of an ESB such as transformation, routing, security, connectivity and more can be implemented using Mule and ServiceMix. You will also learn how to solve common enterprise integration problems using a structured approach.
Beyond simply learning how Mule and Service Mix work, you'll learn the core techniques of ESB implementation such as Process Choreography, or the implementation of complex business processes through an ESB, and Service Orchestration, or exposing a set of services as a single service. The book shows you the fundamentals of ESB-based event processing and Quality of Service concerns like security, reliable delivery, and transaction management.
Working in integration projects is exciting, with new technologies and paradigms arriving every day. Open Source technologies like Mule and ServiceMix both offer lower-cost solutions and a higher degree of innovation than commercial ESB implementations. Open Source ESBs in Action will help you master ESB-driven integration techniques quickly and will provide you with knowledge you need to work effectively with Mule and ServiceMix.
1. The world of open source ESBs
2. Architecture of Mule and ServiceMix
3. Setting up the Mule and ServiceMix environments
4. The foundation of an integration solution
PART 2 USING ESB CORE FUNCTIONALITIES
5. Working with messages
6. Connectivity options
7. Web services support
8. Implementing enterprise-quality message flows
PART 3 ESB CASE STUDIES
9. Implementing a case study using patterns
10. Managing and monitoring the ESB
11. Implementing a process engine in the ESB