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In my opinion the rage against ESBs is directed more at the term "Enterprise Service Bus" than at the need for integration within an enterprise SOA. Few bloggers would...
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Vincent Partington recently wrote on his blog "before you start writing your own services and your own ESB, have a look at what's available." Vincent point out the challenges of migrating from a home-brew ESBs and recommends against a "not invented here" attitude....
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