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Middleware and SOA appliance adoption on the upswing

Middleware and SOA appliances are hardware- or software-based network devices designed to address integration and performance issues. Driving their use is integration complexity, which often demands difficult system development, design, implementation and maintenance.

This E-Guide explores the interdependencies, interrelations and complexity of systems of systems – and how integration middleware can help solve the problem. 

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