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ESB Myth Busters: 10 Enterprise Service Bus Myths Debunked

by nhoizey
Myth #1. ESB is just a new name for EAI. Myth #2: Microsoft is building an ESB with their "Indigo" project. Myth #3: The adoption of WS-* specifications, such as WS-Reliability and WS-Reliable Messaging, obviate the need for an ESB. Myth #4: Pattern or Product: The term "Enterprise Service Bus" (ESB) is not really a product category; it is simply an abstract concept that can be applied toward a coupling of an existing application server and integration middleware. Myth #5: ESBs compete with the J2EE app server products. Myth #6: Portals can be connected to back-end systems by simply using a Web service call. Myth #7: ESBs will be obsolete once BPEL is widely available. Myth #8: The ESB technology category, like so many others, seems to have come out of nowhere and is now barreling its way up the hype curve and rapidly approaching the "trough of disillusionment." Myth #9: ESBs are simply plumbing and do not provide sophisticated tooling, such as a graphical editor for designing business process flows. Myth #10: An ESB container can be implemented using an EJB container.

ZapThink :: Research - Seven Fallacies of SOA

by nhoizey & 1 other
sometimes it seems that the discussion of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) falls into two categories: those who think that SOA is the best thing since sliced bread, and others who believe that SOA is nothing but hot air.

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