Enterprise IT Consultant Views on Technologies and Trends:

December, 2011

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December 5, 2011  2:15 AM

Integration using Bulk Data Transfer

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Integration using Bulk Data Transfer

While most of the aspects discussed so...

December 5, 2011  2:02 AM

Service Oriented Integration

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Service Oriented Integration

Service-oriented Integration (SOI) - a logical extension of functional integration - is where the applications integrate by using service interactions in an SOA environment. Service are provided by source application (service provider) and consumed by target...


December 5, 2011  1:55 AM

Functional Integration

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Functional Integration

Functional Integration - the logical extension of data integration - is where the applications integrate at the business logic layer by allowing the business function in one application (the source) to be accessed by other applications (the target). Functional...


December 5, 2011  1:46 AM

Integration using Direct Data Access

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Integration using Direct Data Access Data Integration is where the applications integrate at the logical data layer by allowing the data in one application (the source) to be accessed by other applications (targets). In Data Integration,...


December 2, 2011  3:12 AM

Integration – Standard Best Practices

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Integration - Standard Best Practices There are multiple options available for integrating multiple systems not designed to work together. The major classifications are Data / Functional / Service Integration with choices on Push vs. Pull, Inbound / Outbound, Synchronous vs....


December 2, 2011  3:08 AM

Message Oriented Middleware, the key behind ESB

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Message Oriented Middleware, the key behind ESB Message oriented middleware (MOM), the key behind ESB (Enterprise Service Bus), offers flexibility in application development. MOM permits time-independent responses because it operates in an asynchronous mode. MOM expands...


December 2, 2011  3:04 AM

Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context – Part III

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Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context - Part III Traditional Enterprise application integration (EAI) provided a hub-and-spoke architecture as a better solution compared to direct point-to-point connections. ESB moved further to provide the concept...


December 2, 2011  3:02 AM

Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context – Part II

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Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context - Part II According to W3, "Web services architecture is an interoperability architecture that provides a standard means of interoperating between different software applications, running on a variety of...


December 2, 2011  3:00 AM

Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context – Part I

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Essentials of SOA, Web Services and ESB in the Integration context - Part I Service-oriented architecture (SOA) is an approach of defining flexible integration architectures based on the concept of a service. SOA brings the benefits of loose coupling and encapsulation to...


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