Welcome to GreenVulcano® ESB Wiki
the place where you can find all information about our ESB.
Start exploring GreenVulcano® ESB Basic concepts or follow the links below!
Core Developers: check our Software Development Guidelines (draft)
GreenVulcano® ESB is an Enterprise Service Bus, Open Source, fully developed by one of the most experienced EAI teams, derived from a deep understanding of the topic on vendor products and from the direct participation in implementations of ESB systems with very challenging design requirements:
GreenVulcano® ESB is a Java-based software built to support complex SOA architectures. Its multi-layer architecture allows an unlimited customization, solving most of enterprise integration issues like exchanging data between existing systems. Many plugins and adapters are already available for a huge flexibility.
Take a look at our Road Map and share your opinion with our team!
GreenVulcano® ESB, entirely made in Java, provides full compatibility with most operating systems that support natively the Java Virtual Machine provided by Sun Microsystems. In order to install, configure and run GreenVulcano® ESB, please follow next items:
GreenVulcano® ESB Enterprise is provided of a powerful graphical designing tool VulCon®. It can be used to easily build integrations among systems and to model service flows.
See VulCon® section for further information and to understand how it is possible to create a service oriented modeling approach, avoiding developers to write new soure code or manually edit any configuration file.
To create and deploy a new service with GreenVulcano® ESB there's no need to write and test new Java code!
With the latest release of VulCon®, the graphical design tool for GreenVulcano® ESB, integration will never be easier, since VulCon® is, by far, the easiest and most accessible way to build integration flows.
GreenVulcano® ESB is provided of a sophisticated web application for the administration and deploy of the entire platform.
See GV Console® section for detailed information on how to: