Compare IBM WebSphere Message Broker vs. Windows Process Activation Services

IBM WebSphere Message Broker is ranked 12th in Application Infrastructure with 2 reviews while Windows Process Activation Services is ranked 16th in Application Infrastructure with 1 review. IBM WebSphere Message Broker is rated 8.0, while Windows Process Activation Services is rated 4.0. The top reviewer of IBM WebSphere Message Broker writes "Mature, reliable, and performance-wise it is good". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Windows Process Activation Services writes "Central console enables us to see all of the activated and deactivated computers but it has poor alerts and frustrating technical support". IBM WebSphere Message Broker is most compared with IBM Integration Bus, webMethods Integration Server, IBM DataPower Gateway, Mule ESB and IBM BPM, whereas Windows Process Activation Services is most compared with .
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Pros
Performance-wise, this solution is really good.It has many interfaces and you can connect to any backend source that has another format, and convert it to the desired format.

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The most valuable aspect of the solution is the central console, that allows you to see all of the activated and deactivated computers.

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Cons
The images and size of the containers are too big and I think that they should be more lightweight.The user interface is designed mainly for experts, much in the way a BPM or another integration tool is.

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The stability of the solution needs improvement.

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This product is more expensive than competing products.IBM products are generally more stable and have more features, but also come at a greater cost.

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Overview
WebSphere Message Broker is an enterprise service bus (ESB) providing connectivity and universal data transformation for service-oriented architecture (SOA) and non-SOA environments. It allows businesses of any size to eliminate point-to-point connections and batch processing regardless of platform, protocol or data format.Windows Process Activation Service generalizes the Internet Information Services (IIS) process model, removing the dependency on HTTP. All the features of IIS that were previously available only to HTTP applications are now available to applications hosting Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services, by using non-HTTP protocols. IIS 7.0 also uses Windows Process Activation Service for message-based activation over HTTP.
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Sample Customers
WestJet, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, Sharp Corporation, Michelin TireBank Alfalah Ltd., Harris Farm Markets, The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council, John Keells Holdings, Green Prefab, 343 Industries, SM Prime, Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System Ltd.
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Computer Software Company41%
Comms Service Provider14%
Insurance Company11%
Media Company6%
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