11:00 - 2.Introduction to Spring Integration and What's new in Spring Integration 2.0
Josh Long & Oleg Zhurakousky, VMWare
Pipes and Filters - this is the basics of Spring - similar to Linux.
=> loose coupling mechanism
(Interesting way of question->answer way to present your product. The two presenters are great!)
Channels are comfortable for postponed communication. When both sides aren't presented at the same moment in time. a.k.a publish/subscribe.
Pipes are channels
Filters are endpoints.
Message endpoint types:
Transformers - convert payload or modify headers
Filters - discard messages based on boolean evaluation
Router - determine next channel based on content
Splitter - generate multiple messages from one
Aggregator - assemble a single message from multiple
Spring Integration - it's integrated in the Spring framework.
(long demo with small letters... not everybody sees that good and they didn't zoom it permanently...)