Is EJB dead in times of SOA?

In times of lightweight containers and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) is not the predominant development model anymore. Instead multiple technologies and frameworks are competing to be THE service development model of the future. For instance SCA, Spring, Axis, CXF and …

… probably EJB?

The Jbi4Ejb Binding Component allows to integrate Stateless Session EJBs into an ESB infrastructure, thus making them available to service consumers.

This is again a nice example of how open standards such as JBI help to protect the investments of the past.

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