Intelligent Service Automation Working with Service Oriented Architecture
sponsored by Kaminario

Most organizations rely heavily on background (batch) processing to support their existing legacy applications. In fact, over 50% of all application processing still occurs in operations using background processing. This dependency on background processing still remains when your applications move to a SOA (serviced oriented architecture).

Read this white paper to learn how to bridge the gap between SOA applications and legacy applications by allowing for the inclusion of background processes into the SOA business process. Learn how to support the time, calendar and events initiation that SOA processing requires with an automation engine.

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