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Hi All,

I'm having around 3 yrs of experience in developing J2EE Application.

Now i've been shifted to a project, which is actually an EAI project. We've a big american company as our client, who is having around 32 ERPs. We need to integrate those system with the help of the EAI tool called SONIC ESB. It is going to be a production support for this client. This project has got many onsite opportunites.

I attended the training for 2 days on Sonic ESB, but don't find it very intersting and very competative technology.

Can anyone tell me about the opportunities in EAI and (if possible) in Sonic ESB?

Anyone of you are working or have worked before on any of the EAI tools?

TIA

Grishma
 
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We use Informatica all the time. And sometimes Webmethods. In terms of employment opportunities EAI is an excellent skill to have and not many get to work on those tools.
 
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Originally posted by Grishma Dube:

I attended the training for 2 days on Sonic ESB, but don't find it very intersting and very competative technology.



Yeah for many of us (java/j2ee developers) the world is all about j2ee, Spring & Hibernate.

And now when I check
Sonic ESB, I dont see any reason why you w'dnt want to grab the opportunity coming your way!!

Is'nt SOA supposed to be buzzword these days and you are one of the lucky few who w'd actually be working on it!.
 
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6 yrs back when i was working on EAI, i didnt know it was cool, hence didnt pursue it further. yeah, but it is a great space to be in, especially, webmethods. I dont know abt Sonic ESB thou. But again, I am not sure if it wud be a good idea to stay away from J2EE for too long cuz J2EE is here to stay.

BTW, did u land the job in Accenture???
 
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IMHO, knowledge of EAI tools is good to supplement your existing profile. Not sure how good is the demand of specialised EAI consultants in todays market. Can someone comment on this?

Does anyone know of any companies in India/US offering good work in this tech-domain?
 
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i know that WebMethods definitely has good demand in the US, thou i dont know of specific companies.
 
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Well i've been in the EAI domain for 3 yrs now ... now into Tibco . i think its cool
and it does have a market.
Its a hot space to be in currently ...
 
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Dear All,

Thanx for ur opinions...

Thanx

Grishma
 
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