Monday Jan 11, 2010

GlassFish ESB v2.2 now available

GlassFish ESB v2.2 is now available.  What's new in this release is:

  • Introducing the Healthcare Pack
  • Worklist Manager
  • REST Binding Component
  • Business Process Monitoring
  • POJO Service Engine
  • COBOL Copybook Encoder

You can download it at:

https://open-esb.dev.java.net/Downloads.html

Updated collateral can be found at:

http://www.sun.com/software/javaenterprisesystem/javacaps/glassfish_esb.jsp

Wednesday Oct 08, 2008

GlassFish ESB Milestone 2 available for download

GlassFish ESB is an enterprise service bus that leverages innovation from our open source community and our standards activity around both Java EE and JBI. GlassFish ESB heavily leverages three major open source communities: Project OpenESB, GlassFish and NetBeans to provide a single supported distribution suitable for enterprise deployments. To learn more about what GlassFish ESB is and why you would want to use it, go here

GlassFish ESBMilestone 2 is now available for download.  This release includes many improvements and bug fixes which are documented here.

 Expect the initial version of Glassfish ESB to ship towards the end of this calendar year.

Thursday Aug 14, 2008

Using Pentaho and Liferay to Display IEP Data from Open ESB (and Java CAPS soon)

In general, event processing involves the continuous processing and analysis of high volume, high-speed data streams from inside and outside an organization. The need exists to detect business-critical issues as they happen, and to route, filter and pre-process data continuously over an indeterminate period of time.

The Intelligent Event Processor (IEP) is now available via Open ESB (see https://open-esb.dev.java.net/kb/60/ep-iepse-devguide.html).  It processes data streams and detects business events in real-time, querying data elements that are in continuous, unbounded, rapid, existing time-varying streams and which do not represent static data, thus providing a technology that meets the need to process data continuously over a period of time.

IEP currently provides a design environment plus an infrastructure engine for executing the logic within a runtime engine. What is doesn't provide is an environment for the data to be displayed (a dashboard).  That is where dashboarding solutions, like Pentaho, come into play.

Pentaho can be configured to use IEP as a data source.  Additionally, there is an integration between Pentaho and Liferay, so that environment is supported as well.  There have been many questions how to configure Pentaho and Liferay on Glassfish.  Instructions can be found here:

 http://developers.sun.com/docs/javacaps/tutorials/tutorials/Third-party/Pentaho-Liferay-Glassfish-Installation-Instructions.pdf

 From there, pull your IEP data into Pentaho and start building a dashboard.


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