Pavel ShcherbukhaTeam Leader of the Development Team at IBM/IT-Innovation
Emmanuel LESNESolutions Architect at Middleware Solutions
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"IBM Integration Bus has a complete set of tools that are implemented between rules when it comes to run time, but it's not easy to understand."
"My favorite feature is the XML-based DFDL mapping, which is a tool that allows you to graphically map legacy data formats to modern data formats."
"From a performance point of view, it's very good and it doesn't need very much in terms of CPU resources."
"This solution is very reliable and it is easy to learn."
"The solution's features are all quite useful. We use all of them."
"The integration with other tools is excellent. It integrates well with batch issues."
"It has the ability to be deployed without rewriting the code."
"The biggest advantage of this solution is that it is very easy to learn, and very easy to build applications."
"The stability is excellent."
"The learning curve for this solution is very good."
"The productivity is the most valuable feature. It is very easy to write remediations."
"I would like to see more metered rest and API support. IBM is already working on it on Version 11, but it still needs improvement."
"This solution would benefit from improvements to the configuration interface."
"This product uses the PVU (Processor Value Unit) license model from IBM, and it is something that should be improved."
"I would like to be able to run and install this solution on different platforms."
"The user interface could be improved in a future release."
"IBM could improve its connectivity."
"I would like for them to make the training much easier."
"One drawback that I have found is that there are issues with using the Java connector."
"There are a lot of security settings that when you apply you have to re-apply again every time you modify a setting. It is something that really needs to be enhanced."
"I would like to see better documentation for the open-source version."
"The server is very specific and it is very difficult to get experience with it."
"Our licensing is based on a five-year contract, and as far as I know, there are no costs in addition to the standard licensing fee."
"The price of this product could be lower."
"The solution requires a license and is very expensive here in India."
"The open-source, unsupported version is available free of charge."
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WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, core to the WSO2 Integration Agile Platform, is an open source Integration product for cloud native and container-native projects. It enables enterprise integration experts to build, scale, and secure sophisticated integration solutions to achieve digital agility. Unlike other integration products, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator already contains integration runtimes, message brokering, business process modeling, analytics and visual tooling capabilities.
IBM Integration Bus is ranked 1st in ESB with 20 reviews while WSO2 Enterprise Integrator is ranked 9th in ESB with 3 reviews. IBM Integration Bus is rated 8.0, while WSO2 Enterprise Integrator is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of IBM Integration Bus writes "A GUI that greatly simplifies data transformation and application developmet, but it is difficult to configure". On the other hand, the top reviewer of WSO2 Enterprise Integrator writes "Good integration between systems and strong stability". IBM Integration Bus is most compared with Mule ESB, IBM WebSphere Message Broker, Oracle Service Bus, Red Hat Fuse and JBoss ESB, whereas WSO2 Enterprise Integrator is most compared with Mule Anypoint Platform, Red Hat Fuse, Mule ESB, Talend Open Studio and TIBCO BusinessWorks. See our IBM Integration Bus vs. WSO2 Enterprise Integrator report.
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