Simon Green

Simon Green, a legacy system integration specialist, enjoys sharing integration patterns he's used in the real world. As a J2E Developer, Simon helped develop the Amsterdam Airport e-Commerce website before moving into Enterprise Application Integration. Nowadays, Simon works as a Specialist Solution Architect focusing on JBoss Fuse and A-MQ. His passion includes legacy integration, specifically the areas of MFT and EDI.

Recent Posts

Managed File Transfer (MFT) 2.0 with Fuse, 3scale and AMQ

It was more than 2 years ago that I blogged about building a Managed File Transfer (MFT) solution using Fuse and AMQ. First, many things have progressed, particularly the technology landscape. Second, MFT protocols have evolved. AS4 provides a new and improved way of securely exchanging documents over HTTP. In addition, the OASIS consortium governs a vendor-neutral open standard. This is great news, but how do we achieve support for these new standards and transports with our antiquated, legacy, and proprietary MFT software?

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EDI Transformations with Fuse Integration Services (FIS)

EDI, or Electronic Data Interchange, has always been a challenging domain to support for organizations. As EDI standards cover a large range of industries, from supply chain to medical to financial services (FSI), the standards rapidly evolve and change over time, thus requiring constant maintenance. The sheer cost of maintaining standards is high, not only for organizations but also for EDI software vendors who struggle to keep up. The expensive fees paid to standards organizations and rapidly evolving releases are the main reasons there are no decent open source EDI tools in the community.

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