Caching and WebSphere Process Server / ESB

I don’t normally blog about new DeveloperWorks articles, but Gabriel Telerman has just published an article on how to do caching with WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere ESB, by packaging caching logic into a separate SCA component. This is something that is a common requirement, particularly when working with JDBC databases via the WebSphere JDBC adapter, and Gabriel’s article provides some best practices on how this can be accomplished by using a ‘facade’ component that black-box-ifies the caching – an excellent SOA pattern. Worth a read.

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4 Responses to Caching and WebSphere Process Server / ESB

  1. Pingback: Caching in WPS » gpoul's Out Of Memory Blog

  2. Vikas Lall says:

    Hi Andrew

    SOA Tips and tricks is an awesome place to be for integration developers….!!!

    Andrew if only you can post a few basic tutorials on Mediation flows covering looping to invoke a service recursively ,logging and exception handling it would be really helpful to hundreds of others including me who are new to WID,ESB and WPS.

  3. Pingback: DynaCache Cache Replication with WebSphere Process Server and ESB « SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks

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