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services—The point of contact that a service provides for its consumers.

routing—The sources and sinks of messages in a route.

endpoint reference (EPR)

A self-contained object that describes the network contact and policy information for an endpoint, as defined in the WS-Addressing standard.


See Fabric Ensemble.

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), the use of software and architectural principles to integrate disparate enterprise applications.

Enterprise Integration Patterns

A collection of patterns describing common EAI problems. For more information see

Enterprise Management System (EMS)

Enterprise Management System(EMS), a set of integrated tools that enable system administrators to manage large-scale production environments.

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

The infrastructure that allows service providers and service consumers to interact in a distributed environment. The bus handles the delivery of messages between different middleware systems, and provides management, monitoring, and mediation services such as routing, service discovery, or transaction processing.

exclusive consumer

A mechanism that ensures that only one consumer connected to a queue can consume messages.

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