- JBoss ESB
- Apache Service Mix
- Spring Integration
- WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus
- Petals ESB
OpenESB Mule ESB
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As per the JBoss Microkernel architecture, the JBoss ESB is a pre-configured profile. This server has the advantage that Messaging, Web services, and all base ESB functionalities are already installed in it. It is a standalone distribution with all the installation scripts along with it. This makes it easy to install it on any full JEE application server and is its important feature making it one of the best choices. It can be downloaded from http://www.jboss.org/jbossesb/downloads/
It is an enterprise-ready and flexible ESB released to provide reliable messaging, routing and Restful web services with Apache CXF. Another main feature of Apache Service mix is that all the other components like rich Event and Audit API have a loosely coupled integration between them and the ESB. It provides a complete WS-BPEL engine with the Apache ODE. Thus the platform lets you build integration solutions yourself. Further information gathering and download can be done from http://servicemix.apache.org/home.html
The Spring Integration supports Enterprise Integration Patterns to act as an extension to the spring model of programming. It allows easy integration with the external systems along with the messaging facility being provided to the applications to communicate with each other. The Spring Integration model is beneficial sometimes than the others as it provides a simple platform to the developers also giving Enterprise integration solutions. Thus also providing easily maintainable and testable code. Further information and download options can be retrieved from http://www.springsource.org/spring-integration
The WSO2 ESB is a centralized ESB with an old style look that offers great features better than many other ESBs. The WSO2 service provides you multi-tenancy and built-in metering and monitoring functionalities. Along with these features, it provides a graphical user interface facilitating faster work. It has a high-performance design and easily integrates with an existing system. The WSO2 ESB thus lets designers gain more control, increase productivity as well as reducing the costs. Further information regarding this ESB can be obtained from http://wso2.com/products/connect/wso2-enterprise-service-bus/
Petals ESB is another open source ESB which is suitable for large SOA architectures. The users need to do lesser maintenance and it can very quickly and easily implement the architecture. An important feature of Petals ESB is that it lets you increase the size of the project and it adapts to large projects very easily. Also, it is supported by the OW2 community. There are no vendor lockins. http://petals.ow2.org/ can be used to gain detailed information about the petals ESB.
ESB is an open source ESB that provides enterprise integration solutions to the developers in designing and maintaining communication between the applications trying to communicate with each other and exchange the data. It provides a standard platform for integration More information on the java.net open source ESB.
Mule ESB is another java based ESB. It is a great platform for helping developers to easily and quickly connect their applications. This facilitates the easy exchange of data. Its most important feature is that it allows the applications to easily communicate with each other and thus better and faster exchange of data. It is one of the most frequently used integration platforms. It provides easier configuration, lower cost, flexibility and expansion features than the others. It can be downloaded from https://www.mulesoft.com/platform/soa/mule-esb-open-source-esb