ChainBuilder ESB provides open source SOA integration via graphical interfaces - Multi-OS Freeware.
ChainBuilder ESB is a new Java Business Integration (JBI) compliant open source Enterprise Service Bus. ChainBuilder ESB allows IT developers with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) infrastructures to create standards-based ESB components through Eclipse-based graphical user interfaces. Most organizations SOAs need to include strategic backend systems that operate with non-XML data formats and non-WebServices communication protocols.
ChainBuilder ESB 1.2 12-Mar-08 Multilingual 304.9 MB
Bostech focus on usability ensured the initial offerings of ChainBuilder ESB had industry standard editors to manage EDI X12, HL7, fixed and variable formats and communication components for TCP/IP, FTP and file protocols and database components for JMS and ETL integrations - the formats and protocols that organizations with mature applications absolutely require. ChainBuilder ESB also has uncommon high-end open source features, like an AJAX-based Console web interface for monitoring and controlling the production environment, usually found only with expensive proprietary systems. Bostech Corporation is deploys a dual-license distribution model for ChainBuilder ESB. Developers can download the open source software under the common GPL license at http://www.chainforge.net. A commercial license is also available for use where GPL is not available, and for partners who do not release source code for their applications.
|SOA JBI Business Integration Enterprise Service Oriented. Architecture Java X12 Open Source HL7 ETL Provides Graphical Interfaces Compliant.|| ChainBuilder ESB|
- Freeware Download from Bostech Information
- WinXP, Win2000, Win2003, WinVista, Linux, Linux GPL, Java
- No Install Support
- New Release
- Changes since the last release: 1.2, Mar 2008, incls ETL and Vista
1.1, Aug 2007, incls HL7, POP3, SMTP and custom component framework;
1.0, Jan 2007, incls monitoring console and JDBC support;
Beta Release, Dec 2006, incls source code and Linux support;
Alpha Release, Sep 2006, incls Windows support;
- Requirements: P4/1GB ram/10GB HD min; dual 3.0Ghz/2GB ram preferred