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esb(open esb) versus osgi

 
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Hello All,


I have just started to read up on osgi and esb, From what I gather is that they aim to solve the same problem of introducing more modularity to java applications, however osgi aims to accomplish this within a single JVM and esb does not have any such pre-condition. Both are ways to implement the soa architecture broadly using the same technique of service registration and discovery.

Can anyone compare and contrast esb and osgi, point out when to use which ?


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I've never thought of ESB and OSGi trying to solve the same problem at *all*, to be honest.
 
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ESB and OSGI are completely different technologies.
 
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