Thursday Jul 31, 2008

Accenture Mini Talk on Dynamic Networks with JBI - using GlassFish and OpenESB

JavaOne Community Corner Podcast

An interesting mini talk on Dynamic Networks with JBI is now available in the JavaOne community corner podcasts.

Travis Chase from Accenture's National Security Services division details how GlassFish and OpenESB helped them develop a solution that decreases the network set-up time to run an exercise from weeks to minutes.

The team developed and contributed several components to the community to achieve this, including the XMPP, SIP and RSS binding components; plus they leveraged several others of the 30+ components available in the OpenESB community. The strong web service capabilities of GlassFish were used to define the business logic on the ESB.

If these components look familiar, we used the same RSS and XMPP components in the Project Fuji screencasts to show how quick and easy it is to route and filter messages between these systems.