More bus-bashing: ESBs are ’standards-based,’ but not ’standardized’

January 23, 2009
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I guess the acronym “ESB” won’t stand for  “Enterprise Standards Bus” anytime soon. Neal Ford just published this piece on the ongoing travails of the enterprise service bus, making this interesting observation: that ESBs tend to be “’standards-based,’ but not ’standardized.’ An important distinction, he points out, because ESBs tend to be “held together by highly proprietary […]



I guess the acronym “ESB” won’t stand for  “Enterprise Standards Bus” anytime soon.
Neal Ford just published this piece on the ongoing travails of the enterprise service bus, making this interesting observation: that ESBs tend to be “’standards-based,’ but not ’standardized.’
An important distinction, he points out, because ESBs tend to be “held together by highly proprietary […]





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