Perhaps you’ve taken a bus to commute to work. Maybe you’ve gone on a bus trip for a weekend vacation. If you have used buses for transportation, you’ve likely experienced a breakdown, traffic jam, or missed connection at some point in time. It’s frustrating, but it happens. The same is true when you board an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB).
Ideally, an Enterprise Service Bus moves data from application to application, whenever and wherever it is needed to facilitate better transactions and greater resilience. The reality can be quite different. It can present numerous technical as well as infrastructural challenges that can make organizations difficult to do business with their partner network. Six of the most common ESB application integration problems while implementing an enterprise service bus are:
If you have experienced one or more of these ESB application integration problems — or if you want to avoid ever pulling your hair out over them and future proof your approach to business integration — read our full report on Application Integration Problems: 6 Hazards You'll Encounter When Traveling On An Enterprise Service Bus. We’ll put you back in the driver’s seat of your Enterprise Service Bus!