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ESB

(Enterprise Services Bus) A message broker that supports Web services. See message broker, messaging middleware and Web services.
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The two companies also announced the availability of the Neuron ESB Connector for CertainSafe, simplifying interaction between the Neuron ESB based integration infrastructure and CertainSafe's Digital Vault, a cloud-based storage solution.
The merger, which was previously announced on October 29, 2014, was approved by all appropriate regulatory agencies, and by the shareholders of ESB on January 22, 2015.
Former offices of ESB Bank will continue to operate under the ESB Bank name until late April of 2015, when they will be transitioned to WesBanco Bank in conjunction with the expected data processing conversion.
The letter comes as the ESB board met yesterday to sign off on 2013 accounts - expected to show a record [euro]600million profit.
It may not be the most traditional ESB, but at the end of the day it's a good beer.
ESB are payments due to employees upon leaving their employers.
In a further blow to the ESB, Bord Gais will not have their prices set by the energy regulator.
The ESB, he says, is just a low-cost connectivity technology that has so far had little significant impact on the $2 billion annual market for enterprise integration products where Tibco is the market leader.
With the Global Clustering technology of SpiritWave ESB Server, users can maintain and replace existing business critical applications without disrupting the flow of information.
TechNavio today launched its report Global ESB Suites Market 2011-2014 based on an in-depth study covering the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC regions.
has signed a definitive merger agreement with US-based bank holding company ESB Bancorp, Inc.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-November 2, 2014--WesBanco, ESB Financial to merge