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A .NET API for Managing WCF Services

Once you've got more than two or three services built, you'll need to start thinking about how you're going to manage them: You're going to need an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). Neudesic's Neuron ESB (http://products.neudesic.com/neuron/) is an ESB built completely with Microsoft technologies and supports a broad range of the Microsoft toolset (SQL Server, SharePoint, CRM, and Microsoft's Line of Business Adapters).

More importantly, from a developer's point of view, the Neudesic ESB API is easy to use from .NET. Neuron is hosting a Webinar on ESB for the .NET Developer on October 20th.

Posted by Peter Vogel on 09/21/2010 at 1:16 PM

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