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DEFINITION: The collection of platforms, networks, products, applications, and databases and the business rules governing the flow of data and work among them, both internally and to external systems. Integration into cohesive systems is achieved with vendor-supported customization, pre-built adapters and gateways, and program to program interoperation technology such as XML, Web services, distributed object protocols,  … 
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EBUSINESS INFRASTRUCTURE DEFINITION (continued): … The collection of platforms, networks, products, applications, and databases and the business rules governing the flow of data and work among them, both internally and to external systems. Integration into cohesive systems is achieved with vendor-supported customization, pre-built adapters and gateways, and program to program interoperation technology such as XML, Web services, distributed object protocols, and cross platform development tools and languages like Java and C++.Visit WhatIs.com - a knowledge exploration and self-education tool about information technology.

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