An ESB solves enterprise integration challenges.
One of the most difficult challenges facing enterprises today is dealing with the multitude of technologies, products, and standards found in a heterogeneous IT environment. To achieve IT integration and provide more business agility, enterprises are turning to service-oriented architecture and the enterprise service bus (ESB). A superior ESB helps facilitate and manage communication, routing, Web services support, payload metadata, and mediation between business entities in a service-oriented architecture. An ESB allows components to be added, deleted, moved, or swapped with minimal disruption to other components, resulting in easier and more cost-efficient integration. When seeking a highly effective ESB, enterprises today choose FuseSource.
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FuseSource provides an easy journey to SOA.
FUSE ESB gives your IT organization the tools to make SOA and enterprise application integration work effectively and cost-efficiently. FuseSource service-enables mission-critical infrastructure and leverages existing IT assets, increasing the value of these assets. Artix ESB allows systems to connect in new ways and offers new services without the need to deploy a new centralized infrastructure.
FUSE ESB delivers benefits to enterprise IT.
As a leading solution for integration and SOA, FuseSource offers the open source enterprise service bus FUSE ESB. Based on Apache ServiceMix, this solution provides the tools, server, and standardizing methodology to help architects eliminate the dependencies on single solutions and vendors that have tied the hands of enterprise IT executives in the past. FUSE ESB allows enterprises to achieve SOA objectives with a proven open source solution for integration. Built from the ground up to support the JBI specification (JSR 208), FUSE ESB is part of a family of components that includes FUSE Message Broker, FUSE Services Framework and FUSE Mediation Router.
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The FuseSource team also offers content based routing, JBI technology, open source messaging, RESTful Services and SOA tools.