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"OpenESB pushes the organization to clearly define service boundaries and interfaces. So it motives the business and the development teams to clearly define their business services and processes they want to implement. OpenESB supports fine and coarse-grain granularity for the services and supports top-down and bottom-up approaches for the services, processes definition, and composition.""The core is very stable.""One of the most valuable features is being able to implement business processes while keeping track of the design from BPMN to a BPEL Implementation."

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"The most valuable feature is the software development environment.""We usually had used PowerCenter for master data integration (by replication). But in some cases, it was better to use Fuse for providing the master data online. It doesn't make it necessary to replicate data.""The installation is quite okay. We don't really change much in the configuration. Most of the time, most of the settings remain with the default and we are able to handle our needs using the default setting."

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"The documentation of the product must be improved. It could be tricky to find the right documentation on a topic since the documentation is spread in many places. I advise the new joiner to contact the community to get entry points and additional documentation. Tutorial and Video must be present to take up the product.""The documentation needs to be better.""Regarding its management, a web console being able to synchronize distributed instances would be great."

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"Our clients would like to see the user interface improved so that it is more user-friendly.""I don't know the product last versions. I know they are migrating a microservices concepts. We still didn't get there... but we are in the process.""Currently, the main point of concern for us is how flexible it is to cater to different requirements. It should be more flexible."

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"There are two versions. The first is the community version, which is free and contains the last part of the feature, but if you want to get the Enterprise version, you'll have to pay €60,000 which covers support and two instances on production.""The Community Edition is a full product you can use in production, it does not have limitations like other alternatives."

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"This is an open-source product that can be used free of charge."

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Overview

OpenESB is a Java-based open-source enterprise service bus. It can be used as a platform for both enterprise application integration and service-oriented architecture. OpenESB allows you to integrate legacy systems, external and internal partners and new development in your Business Process.

Red Hat JBoss Fuse is a lightweight, flexible integration platform that enables rapid integration across the extended enterprise - on-premise or in the cloud. JBoss Fuse includes modular integration capabilities, an enterprise service bus (ESB), to unlock information.

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Avianca, American Product Distributors (APD), Kings College Hospital, AMD, CenturyLink, AECOM, E*TRADE
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Comms Service Provider37%
Financial Services Firm13%
Computer Software Company12%
Manufacturing Company9%
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Computer Software Company36%
Comms Service Provider23%
Financial Services Firm7%
Government6%
Find out what your peers are saying about OpenESB vs. Red Hat Fuse and other solutions. Updated: September 2021.
536,114 professionals have used our research since 2012.

OpenESB is ranked 10th in Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) with 3 reviews while Red Hat Fuse is ranked 8th in Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) with 3 reviews. OpenESB is rated 8.6, while Red Hat Fuse is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of OpenESB writes "Supports top-down and bottom-up approaches for the services, processes definition, and composition". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Red Hat Fuse writes "Default settings are enough to handle most requirements, but needs more flexibility". OpenESB is most compared with Mule ESB and WSO2 Enterprise Integrator, whereas Red Hat Fuse is most compared with Mule ESB, IBM Integration Bus, WSO2 Enterprise Integrator and Oracle Service Bus. See our OpenESB vs. Red Hat Fuse report.

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