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WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus

WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) provides Web services connectivity, JMS messaging, and service-oriented integration to power your SOA.

Converting WebSphere ESB resources for use in IBM Integration Bus

This two-part article series shows you how a new conversion tool helps you convert WebSphere ESB resources for use in IBM Integration Bus. Topics include how to convert a variety of mediation primitives, manual follow-up, and the conversion tool's extension points.  More >

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IBM® WebSphere® Enterprise Service Bus, (WebSphere ESB) helps enable fast and flexible application integration with reduced cost and easy bridging to next-generation interconnectivity. WebSphere ESB enables you to:

• Decouple complex integration logic from each application with a central integration solution eliminating point-to-point connectivity programming.

• Expose existing applications and data as new business services without impacting your current IT environment.

• Leverage existing ESB infrastructure for universal service delivery and easily extend it to federated ESB and service federation models.

• Seamlessly integrate with your existing SOA and BPM platform while optimizing for WebSphere Application Sever and other IBM SOA Foundation products.

• Reduce maintenance costs by decoupling connectivity and integration logic from every application.

To meet the wide and ever-growing range of ESB requirements, IBM offers three other ESB messaging solutions in addition to WebSphere ESB: WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere MQ, and DataPower Integration Appliance XI50. For more information on these other solutions, see "Related products" below.

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