Petals_ESB

Petals ESB

Project overview

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Petals ESB is an open source Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), the service oriented infrastructure for service oriented architectures (SOA). Petals ESB is suitable for deployment in real-time, rapidly changing environments that are typically common in large scale enterprise SOA solutions.

Used in conjunction with Petals View (monitoring), Petals Master (SOA governance) and Petals Studio (SOA IDE) the Petals ESB offers a complete and open source service oriented infrastructure toolkit for your SOA solution.

Petals ESB is an open source offering that provides all the necessary components to build your service oriented infrastructure. Loosely couple services, design your infrastructure and ensure runtime scalability in a fully distributed architecture with Petals ESB. In addition, Petals ESB eliminates the rigidity of point to point integration by using a robust architecture that is scalable and extensible across the enterprise information ecosystem.

OW2 Petals ESB project home page

License Status Standards implemented
LGPL

Mature JBI
WSDL
BPEL, SCA, EIP, XSLT, SOAP, EJB, JDBC

Project information

Community Developers Users
Petals ESB project home page Petals ESB Forge Petals ESB project data sheet
Petals ESB mailing lists Browse Petals ESB source on SVN

Project lead: Christophe Hamerling Petals ESB tracker

SQuAT: Software Quality Assurance and Trustworthiness

See here for a description of OW2 SQuAT programme.

FOSSology analysis Antepedia report Sonar OMM report (Open Maturity Model)
License analysis for Petals Platform 3.1.1 Antepedia report (CSV) for Petals Platform 3.1.1
Antepedia report (HTML) for Petals Platform 3.1.1
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Professional

Support Case studies
Professional support for Petals ESB
Case study: Connecting a Nation-Wide Infrastructure with a Partner at French Social Agency (ACOSS)
Case study: Orange TV enables Scalability for its Broadband TV Platform, using Petals ESB as Mediation Platform
Other case studies

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