When you should consider WSO2 ESB

  • Message mediation: Manipulate the message content, direction,
    destination, and protocols with message flow configurations.
  • Service virtualization: Wrap existing systems or services with new
    service interfaces.
  • Protocol conversion: Bridge different protocols. For example, JMS
    to HTTP.
  • Support for Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) [2]
  • Quality of service: Apply security, throttling, and caching.
  • Connecting to legacy and proprietary systems: Business adapters,
    including SAP, FIX, and HL7.
  • Connectors to cloud services and APIs: Salesforce, Twitter, PayPal,
    and many more.
  • Configuration driven: Most functionalities are driven by
    configuration but not code.
  • Extensible: There are extension points that can be used to
    integrate with any custom protocol or proprietary system.

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