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WSO2 ESB MessageStore and MessageProcessor implementation for RabbitMQ

In this post I evaluated the level of integration of WSO2 ESB with different opensource message brokers such as Qpid, RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ and WSO2 Message Broker. At the end, we got the conclusion that RabbitMQ is / was the most

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Applying WS-Security Policy Framework to Webservices (WSO2 ESB) and Dataservices (WSO2 DSS)

The OASIS WS-SecurityPolicy language is built on top of W3C WS-Policy TR’s framework and defines a set of policy assertions that can be used in a granular way to apply or to secure at message-level, in part of message, at

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Evaluación del nivel y madurez de integración de Message Brokers opensource con WSO2 ESB

En mi anterior post expliqué como usar Apache Qpid junto con WSO2 ESB (https://holisticsecurity.wordpress.com/2014/12/03/wso2-message-broker-vs-apache-qpid-messaging-eip), un message broker ligero, potente y compatible con JMS y AMQP, en lugar de WSO2 Message Broker, un message broker potente, rápido, estándar y perfectamente integrable

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WSO2 Message Broker vs. Apache Qpid – Messaging Integration Patterns

If you want to define an Integration Architecture based on Messaging with WSO2, the only alternative you have is to do with WSO2 Message Broker and possibly also with Apache ActiveMQ. In earlier versions of WSO2 ESB, the WSO2 web

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Install Mirth Connect 2.1 on Ubuntu 10.10 with MySQL Server

Mirth Connect is a Service Oriented Integration Platform based on Mule ESB. Mirth Connect is specifically designed for HL7 (Health Level Seven – set of standards for the health messages exchanging) message exchange. Mirth Connect as a SOA Platform provides

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