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Application Network Functions With ESBs, API Management, and Now.. Service Mesh?

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I’ve talked quite a bit recently about the evolution of microservices patterns and how service proxies like Envoy from Lyft can help push the responsibility of resilience, service discovery, routing, metrics collection, etc down a layer below the application. Otherwise we risk hoping and praying that the various applications will correctly implement these critical functionalities or depend on language-specific libraries ...

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How Would ESBs Look Like, If They Were Done Today?

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JavaOne 2015 just came to an end and it was a great community event again. I gave two sessions and a HOL with Rafael. One of the sessions actually is my favorite: The talk about how ESBs would look like, if they were done today. What? ESBs? I thought that is the past? That is what I usually tend to ...

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Making use of the open sources of WSO2 ESB

When implementing services using the WSO2 stack (or any other open source Java framework) you will sooner or later run into a situation that the framework behaviour doesn’t do what you expect it should do. Or you just want to verify the way a product works. I lately had several of these experiences and I got around it to setup ...

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Building a Manufacturing Service Bus (MSB) with WSO2 ESB

Before getting in to the subject, I would like to introduce few terminology commonly used in the manufacturing industry. The term Manufacturing Execution System (MES) was coined by AMR Research in 1990, the MES concept has evolved for almost three decades from the development of advanced, computer information systems for manufacturing. Following is the definition on an MES from the ...

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