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Spring DM : why ?

 
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Hello ,
did Spring DM is very used now on Enterprise Applications ? what are the benefits of this framework and why it seem like a dead technology

I'm working on a Spring Application , I want to do it as an SOA and i don't know if spring DM will be useful for me.

I have another question , we can integrate an open source solution ESB with Spring ? what's the best choice for ESB.

Thanks !
 
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Have you seen Spring's Why Spring DM page? Do you have questions about any of the bullet points in particular?

For an open source ESB, Mule is a common choice.
 
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