This whitepaper examines a cloud integration tool designed to address the “integrator’s dilemma” of being forced to choose one integration tool over another to cover a variety of use cases.
This paper describes the relationship between desktop integration and customer experience, the business benefits of building a logically integrated structure, and the best architecture for achieving the maximum benefits. It examines two successful implementations where desktop application integration has produced measurable results.
Read this paper to learn how drive an intelligent, integrated enterprise through successful integration of your enterprise service bus (ESB) and enterprise data and applications. Find six major steps to get you headed on the right path.
A recent study conducted by Forrester Consulting detailed significant cost savings and benefits achieved by a Red Hat customer after migrating from proprietary middleware to JBoss Enterprise Middleware. Read this study to gain an understanding of the TEI methodology and how it can be applied to decision making processes.
Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIP) is a set of the most commonly used integration patterns, as compiled in the book Enterprise Integration Patterns by Gregory Hohpe. Use these EIP flashcards along with the popular open source integration framework Apache Camel as an easy reference during the design and development of integration projects.
This eGuide provides buying tips and implementation advice for manufacturers looking to implement manufacturing execution systems (MES) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to manage inventory, supply chains and more.
Data abstraction overcomes data structure incompatibility by transforming data from its native structure and syntax into reusable views and data services. But some data abstraction approaches work better than others. Composite data virtualization is an optimal way to implement an abstraction layer at enterprise scale.
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