The software architecture, to work as a middleware for integrating numerous Enterprise applications using a bus like infrastructure, enabling every application to communicate with that bus.
ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION FEATURES
Event driven SOA, Enriched and Complex event Processing using Enterprise Process in real world scenario
Distribution & Scalability
Easier deployment and distribution across the architecture and scalability to the most critical and complex scenarios within an Enterprise Process.
Multiple interoperating services allows Enterprise Service Bus to be of customize weightage as enterprise process demands for.
The enterprises can easily change the expandability of the applications or systems connectivity or integration to their architecture.
Easy migration to SOA, with existing system and plugging in reusable service on implementation of Enterprise Process.
Dynamic Data Transformation
Readily available Transformers automatically change the format according to the applications compatibility.
Huge number of modular components that offers flexibility for integration architecture’s incremental adoption in Enterprise Process.
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Functionality and Flexibility
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