Service Oriented Java Business Integration

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Service Oriented Java Business Integration

Post by KoOL on Mon Mar 24, 2008 10:29 pm

Book Details
Language English
Release date March 2008
ISBN 1847194400
ISBN 13 978-1-847194-40-4
Author(s) Binildas A. Christudas
Topics and Technologies Web Services SOA BPEL, Open Source, Java

book concentrates on leveraging Java Business Integration (JBI) for
addressing real world integration problems with examples. Business
level integration in Java needs to address integrating multiple flavors
of business components including POJO, EJB, Web Services, JMS, etc. The
book will explain all the above scenarios, using open source Apache
ServiceMix as the ESB framework.

In Detail
book first discusses the various integration approaches available and
introduces Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), which is a new Architectural
pattern which can facilitate integrating services. ESB provides
different forms of mediation services including routing and
transformation. Java Business Integration (JBI) provides a
collaboration framework which provides standard interfaces for
integration components and protocols to plug into, thus allowing the
assembly of Service Oriented Integration (SOI) frameworks following the
ESB pattern. JBI is based on JSR 208, which is an extension of Java 2
Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Once JBI and ESB are introduced, we look at
how we have been doing service integration without either of the above
using traditional J2EE. The book then slowly introduces ESB and
showcases with the help of code, how easily things can be done using

  • Assemble services and port it across containers using JBI
  • Expose EJB as WSDL compliant service across firewalls
  • Bind remote services onto the ESB to be consumed internally
  • Expose local components in ESB like POJO as WSDL compliant services to be accessible externally.
  • Provide a web service gateway for external consumers
  • Access web services over reliable transport channel like JMS
  • Implement web service versioning using ESB
  • Implement service aggregation at ESB
  • Transactions, Security, Clustering & JMS in ESB.
Who this book is written for
book is aimed at Java developers and integration architects aiming to
become proficient with Java Business Integration (JBI) standard, who
are expected to have some experience with Java and to have developed
and deployed applications in the past, but need no previous knowledge
of JBI. The book can also be useful to anyone, who has been having a
hard time understanding ESB and how it differs from other architectures
and to understand its position in SOA.

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