Progress Updates ESB, Adds BPEL Server

Release provides full WS-BPEL 2.0 support for the Sonic ESB product family, plus new SOA and common data-model-management capabilities.

May 1, 2007

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Progress Software this week delivered an update of its Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) software, a key component in enterprise service-oriented architectures.

The key advance in the new release, Sonic ESB 7.5, is the addition of full WS-Business Process Execution Language support from Sonic's new BPEL server. The BPEL capabilities add standards-based service orchestration to the routing capabilities of the Sonic ESB. The BPEL support also simplifies the reuse and management of business applications within an SOA environment.Also this week, Progress announced integration of its ESB products with the Progress Actional, the fruit of its acquisition of Web services management vendor Actional. That integration strengthens its overall environment as a platform for SOA management, enabling visibility and control of service activities across not only the Sonic ESB but also the entire SOA infrastructure with which it connects, Progress said.

Sonic ESB 7.5 also introduces development and runtime integration with Progress DataXtend SI, which simplifies common data-model-lifecycle management, transformation and validation.

Sonic ESB 7.5 is available now.

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