ESB vs Web Services

Web services add a layer of abstraction, using open standards to represent and provide access to applications in a way that is functionally easy to understand and technically easy to use. However, Web services alone are insufficient for general integration projects. Current Web services standards lack specifications for management of the enterprise qualities of service (reliability, security) required. They also do not provide the general-purpose mediation and process management required to bridge the gaps between the needs of Web service consumers and the capabilities of Web service producers

3 Comments To ' ESB vs Web Services '

Anonymous said...

I think it's an important comparison, both technologies are used for systems integration, however, as we see ESB takes some advantage of the services, I would also add that in the case of Web services if an application consumes and serves too many services it would generate as a kind of tangle that would be difficult to manage.

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