EAI: Rip and Replace or Leave and Leverage? Migrating to a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
sponsored by IONA Technologies

IT executives often find themselves torn between the benefits of an SOA and managing and maintaining an enterprise application integration (EAI) installation already deployed. Many organizations often choose to continue using existing EAI tools in place as they are a known entity which involved significant investment. While this decision may eliminate the challenges of re-architecting a complex environment, it also brings about substantial standard maintenance costs and significant challenges each time a new or existing application or processes must be integrated or modified.

This white paper explores the benefits of maintaining existing EAI elements and leveraging them as part of an SOA. . Explore the challenges associated with relying on an existing EAI or completely replacing the EAI system with state of the art SOA technology. Discover how to incrementally implement an SOA by extending existing systems and applications in a noninvasive manner

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