Fabio Mazanatti Nunes: With more than two decades of experience in system design and development, Fabio worked in a wide range of projects and architectures (mainframe, client-server, distributed architecture, and SOA) for large corporations in Brazil, and for the last dozen years, he specialized in the architecture and implementation of Java EE and SOA solutions, mainly using BEA and Oracle products. You can fi nd more material related to these topics on his blog, http://mazanatti.info.
William Markito Oliveira has more than 15 years of experience in software development, including solution architecture and consulting. For the last few years, he had focused on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), and system optimization. Currently, he is looking into cloud systems with specifi c focus on in-memory data grid and Java EE. He is also a member of the Java EE Tutorial documentation team, helping with write-ups and code examples about new Java EE technologies and can be reached at Twitter (@william_markito) or through his blog, http://blog. markito.info. He has authored another book, The Java EE 6 Tutorial: Advanced Topics, Fourth Edition, Addison-Wesley Professional, 978-0-13708-186-8.
What makes this book unique is its coverage of contemporary technologies and real-world information, with a focus on common problems that users are likely to confront. This book zeroes in on extending the Spring Integration framework to meet your custom integration demands.
As Spring Integration is an extension of the Spring programming model, it builds on the Spring Framework's existing support for enterprise integration. This book will take you through all aspects of this relationship and show you how to get the most out of your Spring applications, where integration is a consideration. It discusses simple messaging within Spring-based applications and integration with external systems via simple adapters. Those adapters provide a higher-level of abstraction over Spring's support for remoting, messaging, and scheduling, all of which receives coverage in this book.
This book is for any developer looking for a more natural way to build event-driven applications using familiar Spring idioms and techniques. The book is also geared towards architects seeking to better their applications and increase productivity in their developers.Table of Contents Enterprise Application Integration Fundamentals Exploring the Alternatives Introduction to Core Spring Framework Introduction to Enterprise Spring Introduction to Spring Integration Channels Transformation and Enrichment Message Flow: Routing and Filtering Endpoints and Adapters Monitoring and Management Talking to The Metal Enterprise Messaging with JMS and AMQ Social Messaging with Email, XMPP, and Twitter Web Services Extending Spring Integration Scaling Your Spring Integration Application Spring Integration and Spring Batch Spring Integration and Your Web Application
This key book focuses on Spring Framework 3.0, the latest version available, and a framework-related suite of tools, extensions, plug-ins, modules, and more—all of which you may want and need for building three-tier Java EE applications.Build Spring enterprise and Java EE applications from the ground up using recipes from this book as templates to get you started, fast. Employ Spring Integration, Spring Batch and jBPM with Spring to bring your application’s architecture to the next level. Use Spring’s remoting, and messaging support to distribute your application, or bring your application to the cloud with GridGain and Terracotta. What you’ll learn Integrate legacy systems with Spring, bridging the gaps with Spring’s JMS support and Spring Integration. Use Spring Batch to insulate yourself from the tedious, hard-to-test code required to efficiently handle offline or batch processing scenarios. Build highly concurrent, grid-ready applications using Gridgain and Terracotta Build modular services using OSGi with Spring DM and Spring Dynamic Modules and SpringSource dm Server. Take the lightweight philosophy of the Spring framework to its logical extension. The Spring framework brings you all of the power of JEE, à la carte! Integrate Spring with Java EE 5 and 6 APIs and services. How to leverage job scheduling, and e-mail services using Spring's abstractions. Who this book is for
A new breed of applications is in demand today. Either these applications are simply not supported by JEE, or the support is tedious, and not reflective of modern-day architectures. This book is for those with a working knowledge of Java and Spring who would like to take their skills, and their applications, to the next level.Table of Contents Introduction to Spring What’s New in Spring 3.0? Data Access Transaction Management in Spring EJB, Spring Remoting, and Web Services Spring in the Enterprise Messaging Spring Integration Spring Batch Distributed Spring jBPM and Spring OSGi and Spring
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