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Project Open ESB

company:java.net
link: https://open-esb.dev.java.net/
licence:open source
description:Project Open ESB implements an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) runtime with sample service engines and binding components. Open ESB allows you to easily integrate enterprise applications and web services as loosely coupled composite applications. This allows you to seamlessly compose and recompose your composite applications, realizing the benefits of a true Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA).

Logic Blaze FUSE

company: LogicBlaze: The Open Source SOA Company
link: http://www.logicblaze.com/software.jsp
licence: Open Source distribution based on the Apache Software Foundation's
ServiceMix and ActiveMQ
description: Logic Blaze FUSE provides a complete foundation for enterprise SOA, with a suite of components including Apache's ServiceMix ESB, plus complementary technologies for orchestration, management, and services discovery.

ServiceMix 

company: Apache Incubator
link: http://servicemix.apache.org/download.html
licence: ServiceMix is available under the Apache 2.0 license
description: ServiceMix is the leading open source enterprise service bus (ESB), built from the ground up to provide the foundation for a Service-Oriented Architecture. The ServiceMix ESB is designed for maximum agility. ServiceMix is a pioneering implementation of the Java Business integration (JBI) standard. By providing an open source ESB with a complete JBI container, ServiceMix delivers the standards-based connectivity and flexibility you won't find in solutions with proprietary architectures.

Celtix

company: ObjectWeb: Open Source Middleware
link: http://celtix.objectweb.org/
licence:open source
description:Celtix delivers a Java enterprise service bus (ESB) runtime and set of APIs that make it easy to add transports, message formats, and security features. The goal is to simplify the construction, integration and flexible reuse of technical and business components using a standards-based, service-oriented architecture.

Mule: Universal Message Object

company: SymohonySoft
link: http://mule.codehaus.org/
licence: open source
description:Mule is an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) messaging framework. Mule was designed around the concepts of ESB, but evolved the design to provide grater flexibility in the way in which services can communicate with each other. ESB standardizes on the notion of a message bus, whereas Mule services can communicate over a whole range of communication channels. Mule is a of an Enterprise Service Network (ESN) architecture that allows service applications to be developed using different deployment topologies such as ESB, pipeline, peer network, client/server, and more.

WebObjects Webserver

company:SymohonySoft
link: http://www.apple.com/webobjects/
licence:open source
description:A rapid application development environment with web services, data access and page generation capabilities WebObjects webserver also includes an ORB and J2EE Bus
Comment by Gerald: It’s a smaller project (maybe 10 full time developers) but provides powerful tools to create fast HTML GUIs and distributed DB persistency! (just through clicking without too much implementation needed).

 
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