Lone Star Software Symposium: Austin
July 16 - 17, 2010 - Austin, TX
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Resource-Oriented Enterprise Service Bus
An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides a platform for service provisioning. The core capabilities that enable provisioning across an enterprise include addressing, routing and transformations. Addressing is the ability to specify the location of a service regardless of transport. Service routing defines a message path across a number of servers or nodes and message content transformations are implemented using XML technologies such as XSLT and proprietary adapters.
Resource Oriented Architecture (ROA) goes beyond RESTful web services and provides a more extensible transport-independent foundation. Furthermore, ROA pushes the integration functionality to the edge of the network (as a URI), translating into better service management and scalability.
In this session, I will explore the convergence of Resource Oriented Architecture and Enterprise Integration Patterns. I will then present a Resource-Oriented ESB and several service examples using 1060 Research’s NetKernel and Apache ActiveMQ.
About Jeremy Deane
Jeremy Deane has over 18 years of software engineering experience in leadership positions. His expertise includes Enterprise Integration Architecture, Web Application Architecture, and Software Process Improvement. In addition, he is an accomplished speaker and technical author.More About Jeremy »