Busting the bus

Summary:Loosely Coupled's Phil Wainewright weighs in on Enterprise Service Bus in a recent post: "I doubt many people will be talking about ESB in a year or two," he writes, citing Blue Titan's recent launch of a fairly comprehensive Web services-based messaging infrastructure as a harbinger of things to come. Why introduce a messaging system from anywhere else if an ESB is already in place?

Loosely Coupled's Phil Wainewright weighs in on Enterprise Service Bus in a recent post: "I doubt many people will be talking about ESB in a year or two," he writes, citing Blue Titan's recent launch of a fairly comprehensive Web services-based messaging infrastructure as a harbinger of things to come. Why introduce a messaging system from anywhere else if an ESB is already in place? The "E" in ESB does stand for Enterprise, after all.



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