Enterprise Integration: Architectural Approaches
Enterprise Integration enables the sharing of information and business processes among the various applications and data sources within and beyond an organization. Over the years, due to changes in business requirements and availability of sophisticated technology, the architectures for integrating applications and data sources have evolved from simple point-to-point integration technique to more comprehensive architectures leveraging Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Event Driven Architecture (EDA). In this chapter, the authors trace this evolution, and examine the architectures in terms of complexity versus business benefit. The architectures are presented in a logical progression starting with the simplest form.
Service-driven Approaches to Architecture and Enterprise Integration
Raja Ramanathan, and Kirtana Raja
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SHANKARARAMAN, Venky and Megargel, Alan.
Enterprise Integration: Architectural Approaches. (2013). Service-driven Approaches to Architecture and Enterprise Integration. 67-84. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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