Integration Throughout and Beyond the Enterprise

Integration Throughout and Beyond the Enterprise

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Throughout the history of the IT industry, integration has been an important part of most projects. Whether it is integration of transactions, data, or processes, each has challenges and associated patterns and antipatterns. In an age of mobile devices, social networks, and cloud services, and big data analytics, integration is more important than ever, but the scope of the challenge for IT projects has changed. Partner APIs, social networks, physical sensors and devices, all of these and more are important sources of capability or insight. It is no longer sufficient to integrate resources under control of the enterprise, because many important resources are in the ecosystem beyond enterprise boundaries. With this as the basic tenet, we address these questions: What are the current integration patterns that help enterprises become and remain competitive? How do you choose when to use which pattern? What is the topology for a qcomposable businessq? And how do you accelerate the process of implementation through intelligent choice of supporting integration middleware? This IBMAr RedbooksAr publication guides integration practitioners and architects in choosing integration patterns and technologies.In the 1990a#39;s, when the World Wide Web was still new, many companies focused their business toward creating a web presence. As Internet access ... If the data is made available through a common API, this allows a single point of maintenance, security, versioning, and control. ... These APIs can be used to create applications to market a companya#39;s products and develop new markets and opportunities.

Title:Integration Throughout and Beyond the Enterprise
Author: Ian Heritage, Claus T. Jensen, Tamjit Kumar, Maria Luisa Lopez de Silanes Ruiz, Sambasivarao Nanduri, Juan Carlos Pineda, Abhinav Priyadarshi, Katherine Sanders, David Shute, Jaime Martin Talavera, Mark Taylor, John M. Zoltek Jr., Margaret Ticknor, IBM Redbooks
Publisher:IBM Redbooks - 2014-04-18

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