OpSource Rolls Out Multi-Tenant Integration BusBy Renee Boucher Ferguson | Posted 2008-02-29 Email Print
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The company's OpSource Connect offering enables companies to write integration once and reuse the application any time.
SAN FRANCISCO—OpSource is rolling out a new multi-tenant integration service bus that enables companies to consume and publish multiple Web services in the cloud from both software as a service and on-premise applications.
CEO Treb Ryan said OpSource Connect, unveiled at the SAAS Summit 2008 here Feb. 28, is the first such integration service bus in the industry.
OpSource Connect, based on MuleSource's open-source enterprise service bus, essentially lets Web-enabled OpSource customers make their data available on the OpSource Bus to all of their customers. With the bus concept, an application communicates via a "bus" or message broker between applications. A multi-tenant bus lets users write one integration to an application or service, and then reuse it.