Bus and hub-and-spoke architecture. There are both advantages and disadvantages of implementing bus and hub-and-spoke...
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architecture. However, I am interested to know if there are any other vendors that uses bus architecture beside TIBCO?
Just TIBCO in the EAI space. Perhaps some of the JMS vendors, such as Progress.
Editor's note: I believe that Fiorano uses a hub-and-spoke architecture. For more information, visit http://www.fiorano.com/products/fmq_faq.htm#architecture
Visit TIBCO at http://www.tibco.com
Visit Progress Software at http://www.progress.com/
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