Greenbird was represented at Mule Summit 2011 in Stockholm mid October. Among interesting subjects were an update on Mule Studio. Mule Studio is an Eclipse based IDE where you graphically can create your Mule ESB flows and easily modify them as your integration project comes along. It also integrates nicely with Maven.Details
First of all, I’m a BizTalk developer so I will review Azure Service Bus EAI & EDI Mapper from a BizTalk developer’s perspective. As a start it is important to mention that Azure Service Bus EAI & EDI came out in December 2011 for the first time. It is still in its early phase and it offers some EAI-possibilities by offering an orchestration-like designer and endpoint integration through WCF LOB Adapters. For those who have never heard of WCF LOB adapters, it is an adapter pack that ships with BizTalk Server 2010 installation media offering adapters for SAP, Siebel, etc. Now let’s go back to the new Mapper and take a peak on what it looks like.
Greenbird has created a simple JUnit-based framework to enable effortless and comprehensive unit- and functional testing of webMethods Integration Server Flow elements.Details
How can Enterprise Architecture be used to improve service reuse in a Service Oriented Architecture? It is about finding the right granularity of the services, and lifting the focus from the primitive services towards processes and common information concepts.Details
UML (Unified Modeling Language) is a well established standard for modeling requirements, software components, databases etc. SoaML (Service oriented architecture Modeling Language), as an extension to UML, has been here for a while as well, but it hasn’t got the attention of IT architects in the way it maybe should have. Before an enterprise architect,…Details
I am really excited about writing this, because its truly been a while since my last time. As I am completely new to Jenkins, Jira and Git I must apologize for the eventual lack of details on setup/installation on these systems as I am sure that many of you will have more experience than me on this. Worry not though, I promise to put in good links on instructions for how to do this.Details