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Neudesic, the company I work for, released version 2.0 of our .Net-based Enterprise Service Bus today.  Press release follows:

IRVINE, CALIF. – April 29, 2008 - Neudesic, a leading provider of business solutions that leverage the capabilities of the Microsoft product line, announced today the release of version 2.0 of Neuron-ESB. Neuron-ESB is an Enterprise Service Bus that extends the Microsoft Platform by providing real-time messaging, integration and web service management. Neuron-ESB accelerates SOA adoption by helping companies successfully implement real-time integration across their enterprise, allowing timely response to changing events within their business.

Neuron-ESB is built on the Microsoft Windows Communication Framework (WCF) technology to provide real-time reliable messaging options for companies adopting SOA. Neuron-ESB manages all communication over the bus by sending messages over “Topics” using a publish-subscribe pattern and supports federated, geographic deployments. Neuron-ESB helps companies administer and automate complex tasks and is proven to significantly reduce the infrastructure, development, training and long term support costs for businesses developing SOA solutions.

“Neuron-ESB provides the messaging backbone for all of our critical applications,” said Jeffrey Sullivan, Chief Information Officer of ThinkCash. “Neuron-ESB allowed us to leverage our developers much more effectively while providing us the ability to go to market quickly with new solutions. We were able to shift our service development from the architect role to the more ubiquitous developer role while, decreasing our deployment time of new services by 50%. We started with just 1 developer who received 4 days of Neuron-ESB training. Within 6 months and no additional training, we had a 15X increase in the number of our internal developers who were able to use Neuron-ESB.”

Neuron-ESB 2.0 delivers a unique set of capabilities that extend and combine key strategic Microsoft technologies such as Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 & RFID, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 3.0, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Office, .NET 3.0/3.5, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), WCF Line of Business Adapters and MSMQ. The synergy between Neuron-ESB and these products empower companies to develop more robust and business-aware applications with far less effort and complexity.

“Neuron-ESB 2.0 represents a significant evolution for the Microsoft Platform while addressing the Enterprise Service Bus needs of every customer running Microsoft Windows.  Our technology allows businesses to effectively leverage their Microsoft investments to deliver real-time solutions,” stated Marty Wasznicky, Vice President of Product Development. “Our product provides a new level of flexibility and ease of use that will help companies increase their productivity while reducing their development and operational costs. Moreover we’ve formed a strategic partnership with SOA Software and achieved certification as a Governed Service Platform through the Open Governance Initiative. Our customers can be confident that Neuron-ESB will enhance the fidelity of their Governance initiatives.”

“The Open Governance Initiative is rapidly gaining momentum amongst platform vendors, Governance solution providers, and end-user customers,” said Frank Martinez, Executive Vice President of SOA Software.  “The addition of Neuron-ESB, as a Microsoft .NET and WCF based ESB to the list of Governed Service Platforms highlights the importance of this certification for platform vendors.”

Posted on Tuesday, April 29, 2008 5:48 PM | Back to top

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As Scott Woodgate told ( "...The combination of BizTalk Server and web services stack today offers that and then BizTalk Server and Indigo in 2006 timeframe really compete the web services stack. On the other hand, you're probably wondering so why have we not really gone out there and said, "We are in an ESB and so on." I actually considered it for BizTalk Server 2004 Partner Edition, which is low end SKU, it's only a thousand dollars, very affordable, you can use it in your first projects, why not call that an ESB edition. ..."
Could you, please, describe what exactly do you mean when you invented your "ESB"?
In your article is no clue what you mean. Is it a marketing word only or something real?
Left by LG on Apr 30, 2008 1:45 PM

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Hi there, LG.

I'm not sure I completely understand your question, but Neuron-ESB as an enterprise service bus (ESB) is very real. The Neuron-ESB is a very legitimate implementation of the generic concept of an enterprise service bus. It works alongside Biztalk or any other system, for that matter. For more information, please feel free to visit or!E95EF9DC3FDB978E!413.entry
Left by David Barrett on May 02, 2008 11:14 AM

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