Artix ESB is a commercial offering from Progress supporting a wide variety of platforms and languages, including both C++ and Java. It supports some protocols and transports that are not supported in FUSE ESB today, such as CORBA.
FUSE ESB is based on the Apache ServiceMix project and based on the JBI standard in the 3.x release and an OSGi kernel in the 4.x release.
Edited by: martinmurphy on Mar 16, 2009 5:27 PM
I think Corba should be managed.
ServiceMix is based on Apache CXF and this library declares it's a supported protocol.
No, standalone CXF 2.1* supports CORBA binding (it is integrated with Yoko), while integrated in the CXF-BC it supports HTTP and JMS binding.
I would also like to know the difference between FUSE and Sonic ESB?
Does Sonic ESB use any of the open source projects like FUSE? If I start buildin my SOA integration projects in FUSE, can it be easily portable to Sonic ESB in future?