We started using Spring Integration a year back for a messaging based system.
Its ease and simplicity has compelled us to use SI extensively and most of our projects are now developed using SI.
Keep up the good work...apart from this, appreciate the quickness of the Spring Team in replying to our queries.
Who can help me to download all of spring jars for my project. You only tell me download detailed route.Thanks a lot.
Is there an actual list of companies that are using Spring Integration out there. I looked at some of the marketing materials, but it seems a lot of the use that would traditional be considered "Integration" is claimed under general Spring Framework use. I am trying to convince my architecture and framework team to use Spring-Integration. The new project is probably perfect for integration, consuming messages and passing them into a web service.
We are already a Java/Spring shop, but the company has never used Spring Integration and is a little apprehensive at using an API they have never used without other concrete examples in use at other billion dollar companies.
I have been using SI for the last 1 month for an internal project in my company.
I work for an international organization and we will see in the next months if they will be happy about it.
Thank you so much for your great job and for your help.
This is on my list of things to compile. It is rather tricky to collect officially approved names of companies that use Spring Integration. Nonetheless, did you see the eHarmony case-study at: http://www.springsource.org/files/up...ntegration.pdf?
The Spring Integration team just returned from Spring One 2012 in Washington DC, and the Spring Integration sessions were very well attended. One of the sessions, given by me and Gary Russell, attracted more than 250 attendees (several interesting organizations among them):
However, I can assure you that Spring Integration is widely used in many large corporations and government agencies across the globe. Also, the recently released book "Spring Integration in Action" (http://www.manning.com/fisher/) is the top-best-selling Manning book as of October 22, 2012.
If you like to take this conversation off-line, please ping me at: ghillert at vmware dot com
We are using SI in our huge production system for asynchronous process executions. No JMS, MQ or anything. Just SI's pub-sub channel with service activators. Also created a table to support the JDBC message store. It basically solves the purpose. But as the application grows we have added too many channels, subscribers and pollers. At the end, most of the time we have too many selects queries fired against the message store table and sometime(in fact very frequently) DB contention while clearing the message from the store(table).
We have been using it from last 2 year on a project for web integration services to implement better financial model for our company and creating more benefit for our business and it really works for our company.