An enterprise service bus (ESB) enables a seamless integration of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) for various business applications. In a distributed environment, ESBs communicate with each other through the use of messages. However, as more ESBs are added, managing services becomes increasingly more complex and decreases the overall scalability of these ESBs.

To address the aforementioned challenges, in this project, we use a P2P management system on top of a distributed ESB infrastructure. The P2P management focuses on autonomy and QoS, enabling the migration and replication of services to avoid service-level agreement (SLA) violations.