Connecting Your Business Using IBM WebSphere Message Broker V7 as an ESB

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 03 May 2010, updated 22 May 2010

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ISBN-10: 0738434167
ISBN-13: 9780738434162
IBM Form #: SG24-7826-00
(558 pages)

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Authors: Darrell Bleakley, Jenny Chow, Kirstine Clapperton, Sowmya Hebbur Dayananda, Vivek Grover, Sunho Sung


This IBM® Redbooks® publication points out the key features that make WebSphere® Message Broker a powerful choice as an enterprise service bus (ESB) solution in a service-oriented architecture (SOA) environment. In this book, we illustrate the interoperability between the WebSphere Message Broker and the applications in the SOA environment.

We use realistic examples to show the ESB capabilities of WebSphere Message Broker. We also show how to integrate WebSphere Message Broker with a variety of enterprise applications, which include WebSphere Process Server and ESB systems including SAP and Siebel, WebSphere Business Monitor, and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository.

We wrote this book for architects who are planning an SOA solution and application designers who are implementing an SOA solution with WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Message Broker.

Table of contents

Part 1. WebSphere Message Broker V7 as an ESB
Chapter 1. The IBM SOA Foundation and products in this book
Chapter 2. Introduction to WebSphere Message Broker V7.0
Chapter 3. Mediation with WebSphere Message Broker
Chapter 4. Connectivity options for interoperability with WebSphere Message Broker
Part 2. Scenarios
Chapter 5. Using SCA nodes for simplified integration with WebSphere Process Server
Chapter 6. Enterprise Resource Planning integration with WebSphere Message Broker
Chapter 7. Service enable TCP/IP-based applications with WebSphere Message Broker
Chapter 8. Scenario: File processing
Chapter 9. Scenario: Publish/subscribe using WebSphere Message Broker V7.0
Chapter 10. Scenario: Monitoring and WebSphere Business Monitor support
Chapter 11. WebSphere Service Registry and Repository as governance
Chapter 12. Using WebSphere ILOG JRules together with WebSphere Message Broker
Appendix A. Additional material

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