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Comments and questions: conctact Frank Kieviet (frank.kieviet at sun.com).
Java Business Integration (JBI) is a Java standard (JSR 208) for structuring business integration systems along SOA lines. It defines an environment for plug-in components that interact using a services model based directly on WSDL 2.0.
Project Open ESB is an open source community comprising of Users, Developers, Partners, and Evangelists creating a next generation SOA based Integration Platform using Java Business Integration. It is part of a collection of Open Source Middleware Communities; all these communities are intended to work well together but, in the usual Open Source tradition, we encourage pluggability and reuse across many other communities and projects
Project Open JBI Components is an open source community for the development of components that are compliant to JBI technology. These components are complex service engines like BPEL, IEP, ETL etc. or simple bindings like File or more conventional adapters like SAP or HL7. You can use the components available here, as well as contribute your own stuff.
We are also establishing a new community and project called GlassFishESB. Check it out. With this project, we are launching Open ESB v3 with Project Fuji. These new projects are designed to take advantage of the powerful combination of JBI and OSGi.
This Wiki is a valuable informational resource addressing the requirements of this broad community. The wiki is open for reading to all. Contributors to existing or new wiki topics need to have a registered user id.
Content in the wiki includes information for:
Note: Many of the documents you find on this wiki are written using OpenOffice. Download it and try it out
RoadMaps - Upcoming releases
Open ESB HowTos - Get Productive
Open ESB Extras - Augment your productivity using Open ESB
Tech Days, Conferences, etc - Your Education and Training source
Membership in the council is still TBD, stay tuned. The governance policy of Open ESB/GlassFishESB follows the Glassfish Governance Policy for the most part: See the link below details.