Introduction to IBM Integration Bus

What is IBM Integration Bus?
Introduction to IBM Integration Bus
IBM Integration Bus enables “universal connectivity” by integrating protocols, message formats and mediation patterns
  • Emphasis on application re-uses
Fits naturally with WebSphere MQ
  • Robust, scalable architecture
  • Optimized for high throughput
  • Flexible broker topologies
Three programming constructs are used:
  • Message Flows
  • Nodes
  • Message Models
IBM Integration Bus (formerly WMB) is Used as follows:
  • Routes, Transforms, Augments “messages”
  • Supports multi-format (XML, SOAP, fixed, variable length, tagged, SWIFT, IDOC, etc.)
  • Accepts multi-protocol (HTTP, JMS, MQ, SOAP, TCP/IP, local files, FTP, etc.)ƒ
  • Offers full database support (DB2, Oracle, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase, etc.)
  • Supports common ERP and EIS interfaces (CICS, IMS, SAP, PeopleSoft, Siebel, etc.)ƒ
  • Provides a drag ‘n drop visual development based upon Eclipse, supporting a variety of development languages (Java, eSQL, XSLT, PHP, .Net, etc.)ƒ
  • Offers a scalable, high-performance, resilient, low-latency “execution container”ƒ
  • Provides transactional (2PC) support (MQ, DB2)ƒ
  • Supports Point-To-Point, Pub/Sub, Event, Synchronous and Asynchronous message processing stylesƒ
  • Includes full life-cycle tooling (development, administration, runtime)ƒ
  • Is extensible with open parser, node & administration interfacesƒ
  • Supports all major hardware and O/S platforms
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