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Explore a preview version of Enterprise Application Integration right now. Organizations that are able to integrate their applications and data sources have a distinct competitive advantage: strategic utilization of company data and technology for greater efficiency and profit. But IT managers attempting integration face daunting challenges--disparate legacy systems; a hodgepodge of hardware, operating systems, and networking technology; proprietary packaged applications; and more. It encompasses technologies that enable business processes and data to speak to one another across applications, integrating many individual systems into a seamless whole. You will find an overview of EAI goals and approaches, a review of the technologies that support it, and a roadmap to implementing an EAI solution. You will also find an in-depth explanation of the four major types of EAI: data-level, application interface-level, method-level, and user interface-level.

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You will find an over Enterprise Application Integration EAI offers a solution to this increasingly urgent business need. You will find an overview of EAI goals and approaches, a review of the technologies that support it, and a roadmap to implementing an EAI solution.

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Feb 17, Steve Whiting rated it did not like it. This is a "popular" introduction to EAI - short on detail, long on asinine and largely meaningless cartoons.

It will give an executive summary view of the state of the art of EAI, as it was in around - good enough to at least introduce the concepts and a lot of terminology, but horribly out of date now. It also has a really strange Bibliography, including what appears to be every magazine article the author had written at that point, regardless of whether or not the articles are relevant This is a "popular" introduction to EAI - short on detail, long on asinine and largely meaningless cartoons.

It also has a really strange Bibliography, including what appears to be every magazine article the author had written at that point, regardless of whether or not the articles are relevant to the subject matter for example, I'm sure his piece on VB5.

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David S. Linthicum is an internationally known distributed-computing and application integration expert who speaks at popular technical conferences throughout the United States. He has almost twenty years of experience in the integration-technology industry, most recently as CTO of Mercator Software, Inc. He has consulted for hundreds of major corporations engaged in systems analysis, design, and development, with a concentration in complex distributed systems. This is David's third book on application integration. Enterprise Application Integration. It encompasses technologies that enable business processes and data to speak to one another across applications, integrating many individual systems into a seamless whole.

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Defining EAI As corporate dependence on technology has grown more complex and far reaching, the need for a method of integrating disparate applications into a unified set of business processes has emerged as a priority. After creating islands of automation through generations of technology, users and business managers are demanding that seamless bridges be built to join them. In effect, they are demanding that ways be found to bind these applications into a single, unified enterprise application. The development of Enterprise Application Integration EAI , which allows many of the stovepipe applications that exist today to share both processes and data, allows us to finally answer this demand. Interest in EAI is driven by a number of important factors. With the pressures of a competitive business environment moving IT management to shorter application life cycles, financial prudence demands that IT managers learn to use existing databases and application services rather than recreate the same business processes and data repositories over and over see Figure 1. Ultimately, finances are a prime concern.

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