Getting Started with WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6
An IBM Redbooks publication
Published 14 June 2006, updated 14 June 2006
IBM Form #: SG24-7212-00
Authors: Bill Moore, Martin Keen, Antonio Carvalho, Michael Hamann, Prasad Imandi, Ron Lotter, Philip Norton, Christian Ringler, Gabriel Telerman
IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus is a flexible connectivity infrastructure for integrating applications and services. It is designed to enable the development of a service-oriented architecture (SOA). This IBM Redbooks publication guides you through the capabilities and product features of WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus V6.0. It also contains step-by-step examples of how to build resources for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus using WebSphere Integration Developer.
Part 1 introduces WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and positions it among other SOA and Enterprise Service Bus product offerings from IBM.
Part 2 describes how to install and configure both WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus and WebSphere Integration Developer and explains how to perform key concepts and tasks using these products.
Part 3 explains the administration and testing capabilities, including step-by-step examples.
Part 4 provides development examples that show step-by-step how to develop solutions using mediation primitives, how to integrate with services, and how to deliver qualities of service.
Table of contents
Part 1. Product overview
Chapter 1. Welcome to this redbook
Chapter 2. Key technologies and concepts
Chapter 3. WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus overview and product positioning
Part 2. Configuration and usage
Chapter 4. Setting up the development environment
Chapter 5. Setting up the runtime environment
Chapter 6. WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus key concepts and related technologies
Chapter 7. WebSphere Integration Developer key concepts and common tasks
Part 3. Administration and testing
Chapter 8. Testing, debugging and problem determination
Chapter 9. Administering WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
Part 4. Development examples
Chapter 10. Preparing for the development examples
Chapter 11. Developing integration logic using mediation modules
Chapter 12. Developing mediation logic using mediation primitives
Chapter 13. Configuring modules to provide quality of service
Part 5: Appendixes
Appendix A. Additional material
Appendix B. Hints and tips
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