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Praise for Enterprise Integration Patterns:
"This book not only provides valuable recipes for approaching integration problems with messaging, it shows tremendous insight into why each approach is useful. The authors have captured and articulated the most common uses of messaging in integration and shown clear ways of approaching complex problems using messaging channels."
Vice President and Chief Technology Evangelist, Sonic Software
Author of "Enterprise Service Bus", "Java Web Services", and "Java Message Service"
Director of Middleware Solutions Architecture, Thomson Financial
"If you are involved with the operation or development
of an enterprise application, there will doubtless come a time when you will
need to integrate your application with another using the emerging preferred
approach of messaging. When that time comes, this book will be your most valuable
reference. Bobby and Gregor have done a masterful job of collecting the hard-won
wisdom of the software development profession on the topic of application integration
using messaging, and neatly organizing it into a set of patterns - the preferred
form for communication of design knowledge between software professionals. The
result is a vocabulary and set of proven solutions that software professionals
can use to design and discuss enterprise application integrations."
Chief Architect, IQNavigator, Inc.
"In addition to covering basics like pub-sub and guaranteed delivery, Enterprise Integration Patterns provides an architect's sourcebook of higher-level patterns that describe how messaging is actually *used*. The book is as much about describing and building messaging-based applications as it is about integration, and the patterns -- like Routing Slip, Aggregator, or Resequencer -- will serve developers well in both integration and in ground-up application development projects."
CEO, FiveSight Technologies, Inc.
"Enterprise Integration Patterns is a landmark achievement.
The integration world has been plagued by a veritable lack of consistency in
even the language used to talk about integration, never mind the software or
protocol standards. This book finally provides the opportunity to change all
that so that everyone: vendors, consultants, developers, and end-users, can
all start communicating via a common lexicon. If there is any one development
that will move integration best practices out of the middle-ages and launch
a renaissance movement towards creating a formal discipline for integration
world-wide, this is it! A must have for the bookshelf of every IT architect,
developer and integrator."
Board Member, EAI Industry Consortium
Enterprise Integration Patterns provides a timeless foundation
to understand the present and future of integration. The authors use patterns
to effectively capture and share their tremendous wisdom and experience. I learned
a great deal in reviewing and reading this book, and I look forward to relying
on its advice in the years to come.
Author of Beyond Software Architecture
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