JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform

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JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
Developer(s) Red Hat
Stable release 5.3.1 / Feb 20 2013[1]
Written in Java
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Service-oriented architecture (SOA), Enterprise service bus (ESB)
License GNU Lesser General Public License
Website http://www.jboss.com/products/platforms/soa/

The JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform (or JBoss SOA Platform) is free software/open-source Java EE-based service-oriented architecture (SOA) software. The JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform is part of the JBoss Enterprise Middleware portfolio of software.[2] The JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform enables enterprises to integrate services, handle business events, and automate business processes, linking IT resources, data, services and applications.[3][4] Because it is Java-based, the JBoss application server operates cross-platform: usable on any operating system that supports Java. The JBoss SOA Platform was developed by JBoss, now a division of Red Hat.

Product features and components[edit]

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)[edit]

The JBoss Enterprise Service Bus (JBossESB, or JBoss ESB) software is part of the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform. The software is Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) or business integration software.[5] In general, enterprise service bus (ESB) software is used to map the Service-Oriented Infrastructure (SOI) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts onto a concrete implementation. The software is middleware used to connect systems together, especially non-interoperable systems. The software contains the following:[6]

Enterprise Data Services Platform (EDSP)[edit]

The JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform (JBoss EDSP) is data virtualization software, a superset of the JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform.[7] The JBoss EDSP uses the enterprise service bus (ESB) software JBoss Enterprise Service Bus (JBossESB). The JBoss EDSP includes:

  • tools for creating data views that are accessible through standard protocols
  • a repository for storing metadata
  • a runtime environment for data integrity and security

Licensing and pricing[edit]

JBoss itself is open source, but Red Hat charges to provide a support subscription for JBoss Enterprise Middleware.

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