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ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS

Service Your Business

 

The Enterprise Service Bus is a variation of client-server model architecture, which describes an implementation as a set of loosely coupled software components. Essentially, ESB is a means of implementing communication between interacting software components in a service-oriented architecture.

In this example, Company A – Site 1 communicates with Company A – Site 2 and Company B through a service bus, using web services:
 

ESB chart

Some of the benefits of implementing an ESB are:
 

The application does not need to know the location of the service or its consumer.

Composite applications can consume services without knowing the location of the service.

The application can monitor and control the routing of messages between services.

Resolve contention between communicating service components.
 

 

Applications and/or services simply publish messages onto the bus, without regard to the type or number of consumers. Similarly, they can subscribe to specific messages or groups of messages, without regard to the source of the messages. Messages received are processed by the consumer thereby creating real-time data exchange.

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