Gain a strong foundation of core WSO2 ESB concepts and acquire a proven set of guidelines designed to get you started with WSO2 ESB quickly and efficiently. This book focuses on the various enterprises integration capabilities of WSO2 ESB along with a broad range of examples that you can try out.From beginning to the end, Beginning WSO2 ESB effectively guides you in gradually building expertise in enterprise integration with WSO2 ESB for your SOA infrastructure.Nowadays successful enterprises rely heavily on how well the underlying software applications and services work together to produce a unified business functionality. This enterprise integration is facilitated by an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). This book provides comprehensive coverage of the fundamentals of the WSO2 ESB and its capabilities, through real-world enterprise integration use cases.What You'll LearnGet started with WSO2 ESBDiscover message processing techniques with WSO2 ESBIntegrate REST and SOAP servicesUse enterprise messaging techniques: JMS, AMQP, MQTT Manage file-based integration and integrate with proprietary systems such as SAPExtend and administrate WSO2 ESB Who This Book Is For:All levels of IT professionals from developers to integration architects who are interested in using WSO2 ESB for their SOA infrastructure.
The Cisco® IP Phone 8841 is a business-class collaboration endpoint that delivers high-fidelity, reliable, secure, and scalable voice communication for midsize to large enterprise businesses. With the Cisco IP Phone 8841, you can increase personal productivity through an engaging user experience that is both powerful and easy-to-use. The IP Phone 8841 combines an attractive new ergonomic design with wideband audio for crystal clear voice communications, “always-on” reliability, encrypted voice communications to enhance security, and access to a comprehensive suite of unified communication features from Cisco communication servers. The Cisco IP Phone 8841 offers five programmable line keys. You can configure keys to support either multiple directory numbers or call features such as speed dial. You can also boost productivity by handling multiple calls for each directory number, using the multicall-per-line feature. Fixed function keys give you one-touch access to applications, messaging, directory, as well as often-used calling features such as hold/resume, transfer, and conference. Backlit acoustic keys provide flexibility for audio path selection and switching. Other key features of the phone follow: - The Cisco IP Phone 8841 offers a 5-in. high-resolution (800 x 480) widescreen VGA backlit color display. Localized language support, including right-to-left on-screen text, meets the needs of global users. - The phone supports a built-in Gigabit Ethernet switch for your PC connection. - Support for Cisco EnergyWise™ technology makes the Cisco IP Phone 8841 more energy-efficient and ecofriendly, the phone is qualified by Energy Star organization. - An optional wall-mount kit is orderable as a spare part for customers seeking this capability.
The Cisco® IP Phone 8851 is a business-class collaboration endpoint that combines high-fidelity, reliable, secure, and scalable voice communications with Cisco Intelligent Proximity for telephony integration for personal mobile devices to support midsize to large enterprise businesses. With the Cisco IP Phone 8851, you can increase personal productivity through an engaging user experience that is both powerful and easy-to-use. The IP Phone 8851 combines an attractive new ergonomic design with wideband audio for crystal clear voice communications, “always-on” reliability, encrypted voice communications to enhance security, and access to a comprehensive suite of unified communication features from Cisco communication servers. In addition, Cisco Intelligent Proximity brings the worlds of desk and mobile together for you when you are using your mobile device at the desk for your work. You can move the audio path over to the Cisco IP Phone 8851 during active mobile calls to take advantage of its superior audio acoustics. An example would be to share a conversation with a colleague who you want to listen in. This capability gives you greater flexibility and a superior user experience when at your desk. The IP Phone 8851 also comes standard with a USB port so you can charge your smartphone when at your desk, and stay connected when away from your desk. The Cisco IP Phone 8851 offers five programmable line keys. You can configure keys to support either multiple directory numbers or calling features such as speed dial. You can also boost productivity by handling multiple calls for each directory number using the multicall-per-line feature. Fixed-function keys give you one-touch access to applications, messaging, directory, as well as often-used calling features such as hold/resume, transfer, and conference. A five-way navigation cluster helps you transition through menus more easily. Backlit acoustic keys provide flexibility for audio path selection and switching. Other key features of the phone follow: - The Cisco IP Phone 8851 offers a 5-in. high-resolution (800 x 480) widescreen VGA backlit color display. Localized language support, including right-to-left on-screen text, meets the needs of global users. - The phone supports a built-in Gigabit Ethernet switch for your PC connection. - Support for Cisco EnergyWise™ technology makes the Cisco IP Phone 8851 more energy-efficient and ecofriendly, the phone is qualified by the Energy Star organization. - An optional wall-mount kit is orderable as a spare part for customers seeking this capability.
An expert guide to solving real business problems using components This groundbreaking book gets developers up to speed on Enterprise JavaBeans, CORBA components, and other cutting edge technologies that are making it easier and cheaper than ever for companies to integrate all of their applications into unified systems to support corporate decision-making. Fred Cummins presents an overview of the integration architecture and then dives right into the details, including communications messaging techniques for integrating application components, the 'publish and subscribe' mechanism for linking components and monitoring business activities, using 'adapters' to integrate applications, integrating Web services, work-flow management, and he also supplies proven code solutions for an array of problems associated with integrating packaged and custom applications across the enterprise. Companion Web site features source code and updates on the EAI architecture and underlying technologies.
Pro WCF 4.0: Practical Microsoft SOA Implementation is a complete guide to Windows Communication Foundation from the service-oriented architecture (SOA) perspective, showing you why WCF is important to service-oriented architecture and development. This book provides deep insight into the functionality of WCF, which shipped with .NET 4.0-like service discovery, routing service, simplified configuration, and other advanced features. Included in this title are informative examples that will aid the reader in understanding and implementing these important additions. This book also covers the unified programming model, reliable messaging, security, and the peer-to-peer programming model. You'll also learn how to move your current .NET remoting and web service applications to WCF, and how to integrate those applications with WCF 4. This book offers genuine insight into solving real enterprise problems using WCF and .NET 4.0.
Meeting the Messaging Needs of Your Business As a systems administrator, you're expected to respond to the technical requirements of your organization while trying to fit them into its overall business goals. Few IT professionals have the combination of skills needed to pull it off. This unique book bridges that gap. It takes you beyond the routine administration tasks and teaches you how to plan and launch an Exchange Server 2007 enterprise solution that fully integrates the needs of the IT staff, end users, and business managers alike. You'll learn how to assess the enterprise's vital messaging needs and management's expected return on investment (ROI), how to build an effective infrastructure plan to meet those goals, and finally, how to present your business case, win plan approval, and start implementation. With pages of clear-cut explanations, case studies, and real-world scenarios, this hands-on guide walks you through every phase, from planning to development to deployment, while offering strategic and practical techniques you'll find valuable throughout your professional career. * Understand the basic tenets of service-oriented architecture (SOA) * Assess your current Exchange infrastructure and capacities * Examine management's business goals and forecast for future growth * Plan the right infrastructure, including deployment, compliance, anti-spam and anti-virus, security, and mail archiving * Explore and establish Exchange Server 2007 server roles, including Edge Transport, Unified Messaging, ActiveSync(r), POP3 and IMAP4, Outlook(r) Web Access, and more * Outline objectives, determine resources, set timelines, and create functional documentation for your solutions and processes * Present your business case to decision-makers, including cost analysis, expected benefits, and criteria for determining success
Everything you need to know to get Lync 2013 up and running smoothly As a Unified Communications (UC) technology, Lync allows you to keep track of your contacts' availability so you can communicate with anyone, anywhere, and at any time. With this hands-on book, you will learn how to administer the newest and most robust version of Lync Server in order to send an IM; start or join an audio, video, or web conference; or make a phone call through a familiar interface. Packed with real-world exercises throughout, this unique resource encourages you to learn from the best practices and deployments of others so that you can benefit from their experiences. * Walks you through designing and managing enterprise instant messaging and conferencing solutions * Details how to configure voicemail, enterprise voice, dual-forking, and VoIP * Teaches you how to automate management tasks * Shares invaluable advice for monitoring, diagnosing, and troubleshooting problems * Helps you understand SIP and authentication technologies With Mastering Microsoft Lync Server 2013, you'll gain the skills you need to effectively deploy Lync Server 2013 and be on your way to gaining all the benefits UC has to offer.
While the look and feel of an enterprise web application is certainly important, developers usually find themselves spending far too much time on the front-end presentation before they can get to coding the good stuff--the business logic at the heart of the program. Jakarta Struts addresses this issue by combining Java Servlets, Java ServerPages (JSP), custom tags, and messaging resources (like Java Message Service) into a unified, re-usable framework. The result is a cooperative, synergistic platform that's efficient and suitable for independent developers, large development teams, and everyone in between. The Struts Framework has become a highly popular open source project, but there's still woefully little documentation on the technology. What does exist is far too basic and lacks critical information for developers like you writing today's complex web applications. The revised and expanded Programming Jakarta Struts, 2nd Edition covers everything the successful earlier edition did--including an overview of the concepts involved in writing web applications; installation and configuration instructions for getting Struts up and running; a thorough discussion of how Struts implements the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design paradigm (known as the Model 2 approach) and how to interface with that pattern in your own applications; Logging, Validation, and Exception Handling with Struts; using Tiles; writing internationalization and localization code using Struts; and practical, real-world best practices for web applications--as well as plenty more: now fully up to date with Struts 1.1, this edition covers the latest material on tag libraries and the new JavaServerFaces (JSF) APIs and even includes all-new chapters on JSF, JSTL/EL, and security. With each enterprise system he s developed, author Chuck Cavaness has spent many grueling hours learning invaluable lessons about Struts and figuring out the dos and the don'ts of building web applications. He saves you time and headaches by sharing that invaluable real-world experience here, with his realistic, practical, here's how to do it approach to using the Struts Framework to its fullest potential.
This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version. Exchange Server 2007 How-To Real Solutions for Exchange Server 2007 SP1 Administrators J. Peter Bruzzese Need fast, reliable, easy-to-implement solutions for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007? This book delivers exactly what you're looking for. You'll find tested, step-by-step procedures for everything from planning deployment and infrastructure through installing, configuring, managing, and securing Exchange in your production environment. Completely up-to-date, this book reflects Exchange Server 2007's newest features, including the significant enhancements introduced with Service Pack 1. When time is of the essence, turn here first: get answers you can trust-and use-right now! Fast, Accurate, and Easy-to-Use! Prepare for deployment with the right hardware, software, server roles, and storage architecture Upgrade, transition, or migrate from previous versions of Exchange-or from Novell or Lotus Install roles, Edge Transport Servers, Active/Passive mailboxes, and more Work with Exchange Management Console and Exchange Management Shell Discover best practices for managing Exchange disk storage Efficiently manage users, distribution groups, and mailboxes Create and use Administrative Roles, Address Lists, Offline Address Books, and Managed Content Settings Configure Client Access Servers, including Outlook Web Access, ActiveSync, and Outlook Anywhere Fight spam with Exchange Server 2007's powerful antispam features Design and deploy disaster recovery plans you can trust Plan and implement the best high availability options for your environment Configure Unified Messaging to deliver voicemail and fax services Monitor and troubleshoot Exchange J. Peter Bruzzese (cofounder of ClipTraining.com) is an independent consultant, trainer, and author of the monthly column Exclusively Exchange. Bruzzese's website, exclusivelyexchange.com, provides screencasts about Exchange 2007 SP1, as well as Exchange blog postings and peer assistance. He has consulted with clients ranging from Goldman Sachs to Microsoft, and instructed for leading training organizations such as CBT Nuggets (for their Exchange 2007 Certification Series) and New Horizons. Bruzzese writes the Enterprise Windows blog for InfoWorld, contributes to Redmond and WindowsITPro Magazines, and speaks regularly at the MCP TechMentor Conferences. His recent books include Tricks of the Windows Vista Masters and Administrator's Guide to Microsoft Office 2007 Servers.