JavaCAPS6 / OpenESB Architectural Best Practices

As always with any new product, Architectural Best Practices are a must.

JavaCAPS6 provides the user with significant new features in terms of performance improvements, transactionality, scalability etc... but more than this, many more choices on how to architect solutions.

I've created a collaborative collection of pages on the JavaCAPS Grok outlining some of the architectural options and best practices using JavaCAPS6, some of which are equally appropraite for OpenESB.

There's a wish list on there as well, if you'd like to see something, add it to this or leave a comment on this blog and I can add it.

Comments:

hi mark,

1) JMS HA... i would love to see some articles about JMS HA in conjunction with CAPS and JMQ.
(setup, reconnect behaviour, conventional HA vs Data HA... )

2) Naming Conventions
i would love to see naming conventions for all repository based objects that can be created. (otds, servicenames, etc etc etc)

3) deployment strategies
i would love to see a section on deployment strategies
for: e.g. small teams, meadium teams, large teams
including keeping track of what is deployed undeploying updating systems
maybe could include cluster deployment strategies ("always available")

those are just my initial thoughts...

regards chris

Posted by Christian Brennsteiner on July 25, 2008 at 04:01 AM CEST #

Hi Chris,
Thanks for the suggestions, I've put them on the JavaCAPS Grok.
FYI...
a JMS HA best practices is on the way, Louis Polycarpou (who is in the same team as me is producing this)
Naming conventions - I've seen an email thread along these lines and I'll follow it up

Posted by Mark Foster on August 04, 2008 at 11:14 AM CEST #

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I work for Sun in a team called FAST helping to enable the open source community for Open ESB.

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