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Project OpenESB to Graduate to Open Source with Commercial Support

By: Admin, 15 Sep 2008

Project OpenESB is an Open Source project that is building an ESB that consists of both a runtime and design time tooling. The tooling is completely based on NetBeans. In the last few years, OpenESB has made important contributions to the NetBeans IDE, for example, the WSDL editor, the CASA editor, the BPEL editor, and more.

The first milestone of a commercially supported binary distribution is now available. This distribution is called GlassFish ESB and will be commercially supported by Sun Microsystems. Commercial support is an important prerequisite in the adoption of Open Source projects like OpenESB.

GlassFish ESB includes NetBeans and adds some extra components that are not available in the normal NetBeans IDE downloads, such as JAXB based code seeding, a JCA wizard, and more.

Learn more about Project OpenESB

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