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South Florida IASA - Introduction to Federated Bus Services - Page Horton

SB, ESB, now Federated ESB - what the heck. Time to take the next step in enterprise architecture. In this talk we will review the evolution of the publish & subscribe pattern and map its evolution to the Federated ESB. We will see how this puzzle piece fits into an overall architectural solution. We will discuss its challenges and strengths. Come see how a Federated ESB can become the glue of your of your enterprise solution stack!

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  • Jim H.

    Sounds like an interesting topic but Thursdays are no good for me. Hopefully the information from the meetup will be available afterwards online?

    May 7, 2014

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