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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Manning Publications; 1 edition (29 Sept. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1935182439
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935182436
  • Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 2.4 x 23.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 309,677 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Mark Fisher is the founder of the Spring Integration project. Currently at VMware, he continues to lead the development of Spring Integration while exploring the intersection of big data and messaging. He has been a committer on a number of Spring projects, including the Spring Framework itself and Spring AMQP, which he cofounded. Mark speaks regularly at conferences and user groups about messaging, data, integration, and cloud computing.

Jonas Partner is the CEO of OpenCredo, a London-based consultancy with a strong focus on open source. As part of OpenCredo, Jonas has been a key part of many complex high-performance messaging projects. Before cofounding OpenCredo, Jonas worked for SpringSource, where he began his involvement with the Spring Integration project as one of the early committers.

Marius Bogoevici is a Senior Software Engineer with Red Hat, leading the Spring integration efforts at JBoss. He's the lead for Snowdrop, a utility package for JBossspecific extensions to Spring, and also contributes to Weld, the JSR-299/CDI reference implementation, and other Java EE—related developer initiatives at JBoss. Marius has more than 15 years of experience developing and architecting software systems. Prior to joining Red Hat, he was a Spring consultant with SpringSource and a contributor to the Spring Integration enterprise integration framework.

Iwein Fuld is a consultant at Xebia where he focuses on high-quality development and coaching teams. He's a jack-of-all-trades, but keeps coming back to server integration problems and algorithms. Iwein has been a committer on the Spring Integration project since early 2008. Apart from being an expert on TDD,concurrency, and messaging, Iwein especially enjoys building agile teams and lean startups.

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In a nutshell: This is a great resource for any developers working with Spring Integration, and also any developers working with Spring Core who want to use Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) within their code without moving away from the oh-so-comfortable Spring framework.

This book will walk you through the entire process of utilising Spring Integration ("from soup to nuts" as our American friends like to say), starting with the core concepts and benefits of using EIP within Spring, moving through messaging fundamentals (pipes, filters, routers etc), integration with disparate systems and data formats (XML, JMS, Files, WS etc) and wrapping up with more advanced topics like scheduling, batching and leveraging OSGi within the framework.

The book does a great job of covering EIP concepts, but you'll gain even more understanding if you are familiar with core concepts from Enterprise Integration Patterns: Designing, Building, and Deploying Messaging Solutions (Addison-Wesley Signature), which was ground-breaking when first published, and was the book that introduced EIP to the world (and is still the definitive reference)

It could be argued that the sister publication Camel in Action contains a more logical flow with introducing and using EIP principles, and with Camel in Action the journey through the book feels very much like learning to leverage EIP within your applications by utilising Camel. Spring Integration in Action reads more like using Spring to implement functionality that happens to be based on EIP.
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Fluff 20 Nov. 2012
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I get the concept. Just tell me how to do it.

I read the first 4 chapters of this book, and learned virtually nothing about how to implement what I want to do. Mostly high-level conceptual stuff. OK, if you want the overall picture, or a conceptual understanding.

Reverting to the Spring Integration reference manual.
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beginning spring Integration only 16 Dec. 2012
By W. Simons - Published on Amazon.com
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The target audience for this book should be "Beginning spring Integration in action" I really like the easy examples. My rating of four is strictly based on the fact that this book was targeted for beginners and it is only 300 plus pages.
However, if you are looking for a mid to advanced book on the subject, this book should not be on your list. Personally, I was very disappointed because I really was looking for a real comprehensive, in depth book. This book needed to be at least 800 to 1500 pages because their is so much ground to cover. My review for mid-advanced users is only a 1.
I really like this book 6 April 2014
By Alfredo Jahn - Published on Amazon.com
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I was a bit concerned after reading some of the review on this book. I have a new project at work where we plan to use spring integration. I downloaded some examples and tried reading the online spring integration docs. I was feeling a little overwhelmed. I decided to take a chance with this book. I have been a java developer for 15+ years. I have used spring in past projects. The thing I like about the book is that it takes you on a journey through spring integration. I wanted a book that went step by step. It show you the usual way a java programmer would do something, then reveals how to better do I tuning spring integration. Then it keeps going and refines even more. It you are alepready a spring integration guru, then maybe you find the book too fluffy, but I like it. I'm only half way through the book, but I'm sure glad I got it.
it is well structured, and has good details.. could be better 3 May 2013
By Andras G Andras - Published on Amazon.com
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it is well structured, and has good details, but not enough details.
I had to augment the info from other books/web to satisfy my particular needs...
it is definitely a good book for generic "looking around" type of projects. but it does not go into the details enough.
One miss particularly is a table or similar where the namespaces are mapped to actual classes... so that if one would need to configure the beans in more details the beans classes would be easier identified... this can be done otherwise obviously, but i would like the book to have this.. after all this is what SI defines.
Great book 29 Dec. 2012
By John Owen - Published on Amazon.com
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This book covers a lot of the core topics concerning how Spring Integration fulfills common Enterprise Integration Patterns as well as how it integrates with and leverages the strengths of the Spring Framework and Spring Batch. The accompanying PDF and available online source and forum support add to the value of this book.
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