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There is an interesting war being fought in the blogosphere over the use (or overuse) of ESB (enterprise service buses) to build out a SOA (service oriented architecture). But everyone is talking in abstractions, and no one's really giving anyone a good idea of when to use an ESB or when to avoid them. No one seems to be looking at why people are or aren't using ESBs and getting to the root of the question - when are they appropriate for use in a SOA and when are they simply being implemented for the sake of being implemented?

Posted by lmacvittie  |   Jul 24 2008 / 16:06

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mezmo replied ago:

I'll vote this one up, but it'll probably be the last on this subject. This ESB thing is turning into a "Less Filling, Tastes Great!!" discussion.

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