Open ESB 2.0

It is with considerable pride that I can announce that the open-source JBI project Open ESB 2.0 beta is now available. This release includes a bunch of JBI plug-in components that provide a lot of interesting functionality. This also includes extensive design-time tool support in the form of NetBeans 5.5 modules (including the NetBeans Enterprise Pack).

The list of components that come with this release is impressive:

  • Intelligent Event Processing (IEP) service engine. Very sophisticated business activity monitoring.
  • WS-BPEL 2.0 service engine. Stateful business process automation. Very cool interactive debugging capabilities.
  • Java EE 5 service engine. Two-way integration of Java EE technologies, by means of JAX-WS. Your Java EE assets can provide services to other JBI components, as well as consume services they provide.
  • XSLT service engine. XML transformation.
  • JDBC service engine. Database access via service wrappers. Good for resource-layer services.
  • HTTP binding component. SOAP and REST protocols using a very high throughput HTTP implementation.
  • JMS binding component.
  • File binding component.
  • FTP binding component.
  • MQSeries binding component.
  • SMTP binding component.
In addition there are tools for creating composite applications and administering the ESB; everything you need to create, deploy, monitor and control your SOA.

This release represents a huge contribution to the open-source integration & SOA communities.

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