IBM WebSphere Message Broker and Microsoft .NET in Midmarket Solutions

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IBM Form #: TIPS0927


Authors: Carla Sadtler

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    Abstract

    IBM® WebSphere® Message Broker is a lightweight, advanced enterprise service bus (ESB) that enables the integration of data sources from a wide range of platforms across service-oriented architecture environments (SOA) and non-SOA environments. You can use IBM WebSphere Message Broker to connect applications together, regardless of the message formats or protocols that they support. This connectivity means that your diverse applications can interact and exchange data with other applications in a flexible, dynamic, and extensible infrastructure. WebSphere Message Broker routes, transforms, and enriches messages from one location to any other location.

    Two integration capabilities that WebSphere Message Broker provides are of particular interest to many midmarket companies. First is the ability to use WebSphere Message Broker to integrate Microsoft .NET applications into a broader connectivity solution, which is the capability highlighted in this IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide. Second is the ability to use WebSphere Message Broker with WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition to transfer and use business data that is held in files.

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