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j1-2k8-mtW05: Best practices and examples in writing integration logic with OpenESB

July 11, 2008

SOA is about decoupling application that need to be integrated through the use of services. To achieve a good degree of decoupling two main ingredients are needed: a good middleware and a well written integration logic. This session will show examples and best practices on writing integration logic inside a JBI ESB. Some topics that the session will touch are: -- synchronous vs asynchronous integration -- stateless vs stateful integration For each pattern the session will show a way to implement it using a JBI ESB, discussing advantages and common pitfalls

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Raffaele Spazzoli works for Imola Informatica and is the project leader for jbi4corba and jbi4cics OpenESB connector
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