Enterprise Integration Patterns - The Glue to Enterprise Applications

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Today's business applications rarely live in isolation. Users expect instant access to all business functions an enterprise can offer, regardless of which system the functionality may reside in. This requires disparate applications to be connected into a larger, integrated solution. This integration is usually achieved through the use of some form of "middleware". Middleware provides the "plumbing" such as data transport, data transformation, and routing.

Multiple enterprises develop thousands of lines of code to develop inefficient, incomplete "plumbing" for their enterprise apps. Here we present how such patterns and open source technology using these patterns can help developing complete, standard and efficient middle ware applications. Two case studies of giant telecom providers' real life projects will be presented.

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04:30 pm to 06:00 pm
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Intermediate
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