Friday, July 4, 2008

EAI is dead, long live EAI

Andreas Egloff from Sun Microsystems gave a talk at the JavaOne AfterGlow event on project Fuji, which is Sun's initial development for OpenESB 3.0. During his talk, he repeatedly stated that the latest communication channels such as RSS feeds are not that different from other connectivity options such as file transfer. I couldn't approve more with his "EAI is dead, long live EAI". Indeed, many of the basic principles apply. It is not about revolution but evolution.

Note: at the same event, Stijn Van den Enden gave a great talk on JSR-277 and OSGi, congratulation Stijn!

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