Learn how to implement Enterprise Integration Patterns with WSO2 ESB using Packt's new book and eBook
Packt is pleased to announce the release of Enterprise Integration with WSO2 ESB, a recipe-based tutorial that shows readers how to implement the most commonly used Enterprise Integration Patterns with WSO2 ESB. This book is available now in all popular formats, including print, eBook, Kindle, and select library formats. The print book is 92 pages long and is priced at $34.99, while the eBook is priced at $17.84.
About the author:
Prabath Siriwardena is the Director of Security Architecture at WSO2 Inc., a company that produces a wide variety of open source software from data to screen. Previously, he chaired the Management Committee-Integration Technologies at WSO2. He completed his Bachelor's degree and then a Master's from the University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka. He is a member of OASIS Identity Metasystem Interoperability (IMI) TC, OASIS eXtensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML) TC, and OASIS Security Services (SAML) TC. He is also a member of Apache Axis PMC. He has spoken at numerous international conferences including OSCON, ApacheCon, WSO2Con, EIC, and IDentity Next. He has more than 9 years of industry experience and has worked with many Fortune 100 companies.
An enterprise service bus (ESB) is a software architecture model used for designing and implementing the interaction and communication between mutually interacting software applications in service-oriented architecture (SOA). Its primary use is in enterprise application integration (EAI) of heterogeneous and complex landscapes.
Enterprise Integration with WSO2 ESB starts by explaining the need for an ESB and the problems it solves. It then goes on to cover the most widely-used Enterprise Integration Patterns, including Content Based Router, Dynamic Router, Splitter, Aggregator, Scatter and Gather, Publish and Subscribe, Detour, Service Chaining, Content Enricher, and Message Broker. With this book, readers will learn how to use WSO2 ESB in order to bring third-party business messaging systems such as SAP, FIX, and HL7 into the SOA world, as well as how to integrate the Twitter connector into the business messaging flow.
The following chapters are covered in this book:
Chapter 1: Getting Started
Chapter 2: Enterprise Integration Patterns
Chapter 3: Integration with Third-party Message Brokers
Chapter 4: Business Messaging and Transformations
Chapter 5: Task Scheduling
This book is for architects and developers who are keen on building solutions to solve enterprise integration problems. An understanding of SOA design concepts, SOAP, REST, and related messaging systems is important.
|Enterprise Integration with WSO2 ESB|
|Over 15 recipes to calibrate seamlessly modularity to SOA and address commonly-faced enterprise integration challenges with a zero-code approach
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