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.

The following diagram illustrates the architecture of IBM Integration Bus Version 10.0.
This diagram shows the main components of IBM Integration Bus and how they interact.
The following table lists the resource names that have changed in IBM Integration Bus Version 9.0 and IBM Integration Bus Version 10.0
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 node Broker
Integration server Execution group
Integration service Service
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