The Value of ESBIf you have 100 applications integrated with 100 applications this represents 100x100=10,000 separate interfaces if they are directly integrated with each other. If you replace these interfaces with an ESB you have 100 publishing interfaces and 100 subscribing interfaces, for 200 interfaces. As such, ESB greatly simplifies the task of integrating systems.Enterprise service bus platforms typically offer a wide variety of tools for interfaces such as communication adapters and data transformation engines. They also may provide management tools for monitoring integration across an organization from one console. In many cases, such tools allow failed transactions to be manually edited and resubmitted to overcome data validation exceptions or communication failures.
|Overview: Enterprise Service Bus|
An integration platform that acts as an intermediary between publishers and subscribers providing services to transform data and communicate with diverse systems and data sources.
Reduces complexity of integrationTools for communication and data transformation.Centralized management platform to monitor integration flows and handle issues.