Combining IBM Integration Bus (IIB) with WebSphere Service Registry and Repository (WSRR) lets you dynamically retrieve service metadata from WSRR and use it to modify message flow behavior at runtime. This article series shows you how to integrate the two products, and provides samples that address several significant business problems. Part 1 describes a number of IIB/WSRR integration scenarios, shows you how to configure IIB to communicate with WSRR using a number of different nodes, and describes resources that will be used in Parts 2 through 9 to demonstrate IIB/WSRR integration capabilities.
If you are interested in IBM Integration Bus and WSRR integration these articles are essential! Definitely look at the intro article which describes all of the scenarios that are detailed in later articles.
The latest Redbook featuring WSRR has been published, titled "SOA Policy, Service Gateway, and SLA Management". In this book, WSRR is used to store policies about traffic management for SLA enforcement, service mediation and other custom things.
This IBM® Redbooks® publication teaches you how to automate your
runtime policy by using a centralized policy management system. The SOA
Policy Solution provides a centralized policy administration,
enforcement, and monitoring for runtime policies that enable traffic
management for service level agreement enforcement, service mediation,
and other customized policies. Policies can be defined once and reused
among multiple services, thus enabling a standardized, consistent
approach to a runtime policy that saves time and money for
implementation and maintenance of non-functional requirements for the
enterprise and assists with faster time to market.
can use the SOA Policy Solution to help create the service level
agreements for their business services to deliver on promises for
business performance. IT Architects can use the SOA Policy Solution to
architect the policy solution patterns that standardize the runtime
policy usage at their organization. Developers select specific policy
patterns to implement the non-functional requirements that are
associated with their projects. Operations groups provide information
about operation needs and create standardized monitoring policy for
operational action at run time.