Name changes in IBM Integration Bus Version 10.0
IBM® Integration Bus is a compatible evolution of WebSphere® Message Broker that has also been designed to incorporate the features that are in WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus.
IBM Integration Bus provides a universal integration capability, which addresses a wide range of integration scenarios that include web services (SOAP and REST), messaging, database, file, ERP systems, mobile, physical devices, email, custom systems, and more.
An integration bus is a collection of integration nodes. An integration node can be an IBM Integration Bus integration node, for example, or a WebSphere Application Server node. This concept is reflected in the names of various resources; for example, the name of the default integration node in IBM Integration Bus Version 10.0 is IBNODE.
|IBM Integration Bus terms||WebSphere Message Broker terms|
|IBM Integration Toolkit||WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit|
|IBM Integration Administration for WebSphere Application Server||WebSphere Message Broker Administration for WebSphere Application Server|
|IBM Integration web user interface||WebSphere Message Broker web user interface|
|Integration server||Execution group|
|Integration Bus component||Broker component|
|IBM Integration API||Message Broker API, or Message Broker Java™ API|
|Custom integration application||CMP application|
IBNODE (default integration node name in Version 10)
|MB8BROKER (default broker name)|
|Integration Development perspective||Broker Application Development perspective|
|Application Development view||Broker Development view|
|Integration Nodes view||Brokers view|
|Integration project||Message Broker project|