Friday, October 10, 2008
Here is a Flash-based recording of JBoss ESB + jBPM. This is your best starting point if you only have 17 minutes for an immersion into SOA the JBoss way. This demo includes the Spring AOP trick of "eavesdropping" (aka wiretap) on the JPetstore so that the order is routed through the ESB and into a jBPM process which orchestrates the services & manages the human tasks.
jBPM and ESB 4.2 Demo: http://www.redhat.com/v/webcast/SOAdemo2/SOADemo2.html
I'll make an effort to record more demonstrations of JBoss ESB quickstarts & examples in the future. For more information on JBoss ESB, please visit: www.jboss.org/jbossesb
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Thursday, Oct. 30, 10:30 am – 11:45 am
607 Advanced Enterprise Server Bus
This will be a dynamic session focused on demonstrating the customary capabilities associated with an Enterprise Service Bus for SOA-focused middleware. These capabilities include service hosting, message delivery, endpoint registry, protocol mediation, transformation, orchestration, BPM, declarative routing rules, BPEL, and rules services.
The instructor will also discuss enterprise integration patterns, such as Filter, Content-Based Router, Splitter, Aggregator, Wire Tap, etc. In addition, he will demonstrate a technique that shows a practical application of Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) that allows you to extend your existing Web application silos to an ESB infrastructure.
The trick is simple once you know where to look:
- open your twitter account
- click on Settings
- More Info URL: insert your blog url here
- click on (You can also add Twitter to your site here)
- select from myspace.com, Blogger, facebook, TypePad or Other
I'll have to figure that out in the future.