In very simple terms, here’s what ESB means

I like very simple tutorials that even a novice will have fun reading and understanding, and I try to tailor the ones I write here along those line.

That’s why I’m sharing this article with you. It took a subject I knew a bit already, but couldn’t really explain to anybody in a manner they could comprehend, and renders it fun and super simple to understand. That the author threw in a few screen shots made it ever better.

The article is about Zato, a Free Software ESB and application server written in Python. ESB stands for Enterprise Service Bus. But does that explain what it is? No! That’s the point of the article. Find out what it actually means here. It’s a fun read and you won’t be bored.

ESB is Enterprise Service Bus

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